18 Jan 2019

New Study Shows Sen. Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare for All” Is Financially Viable

    A new financial analysis finds that Medicare for All, a bill (S 1804) introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders in 2017, is not only financially viable, but that it could provide health care for all Americans and reduce health care spending by $2.93 trillion over the current system. The

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18 Aug 2018

The Progressive Economic Agenda Courtesy of Senator Sanders

      While economics is a cornerstone of the progressive agenda, many people, including some in the DNC, don’t know the specifics of how changes in the economic and financial systems can benefit Americans. Money drives politics, so it is in the interests of informed investors to know how

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17 Aug 2018

A Win-Win Situation: Linking Progressive Investors with Progressive Financial Advisors

      As the Trump Administration continues to steamroll democratic institutions, accompanied by concerns about the income gap, wage stagnation and economic security continue, financial advisors have a choice: They can continue to provide clients with financial plans based on a no- or small-wage growth scenario, accompanied by admonitions

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14 Jul 2018

Whistleblower recieves $78 Million For Work in JPMorgan Fund Scam

A financial forensic investigator has been rewarded for his years of work on a financial scam involving JP Morgan that resulted in a $267 million settlement with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The investigator, Edward Siedle, who formerly worked for the Securities and Exchange Commission,  received $78 million as

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13 Jul 2018

The Progressive Economic Agenda Is No Threat to Prosperity

Many political commentators belittle the progressive social and economic agenda as unrealistic, too radical and pie-in-the-sky. Not true. Progressive financial policies are being used in various degrees by developed nations worldwide and especially in nations that have accessible health care for their citizens, lower infant mortality rates, a retirement safety

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10 Mar 2018

Income Inequality Getting More Scrutiny

[sgmb id=”1″] Prompted by a slight uptick in wage growth last month and the resulting volatility it caused in the equity markets, the continuing tug-of-war between containing inflation and wage growth Fed and political  policies is getting more attention, but little action. The good news is that there are more

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23 Feb 2018

The NRA Has Become America’s Largest Hate Group

America’s right-wing hate machine moved into high gear at the Conservative Political Action Conference yesterday when a series of speakers, fueled by NRA chief Wayne LaPierre, dropped their list of the most vilified groups, people and movements in the U.S., who all stand in the way of allowing them achieve

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05 Aug 2017

Is This Why Bernie Sanders Lost the Dem Nomination?

      It’s pretty clear that Bernie Sanders was denied by nomination by the Democratic National Committee and would have made a better candidate than Hillary Clinton to combat Trump. As numerous politicians have noted, the 2016 election was for Hillary Clinton to lose. And she did.  But why was

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24 Apr 2017

An Overdue Parody on Capitalism or How Did Trump Become a Billionaire?

[sgmb id=”2″] For a much-needed parody about the failure of corporate capitalism, check out this article in the Monthy Review. If you don’t think unregulated corporate capitalism has a lot of problems, how do you explain the sad fact that Trump became a billionaire? This is a very clever, much-needed

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03 Mar 2017

Sanders is Nation’s Most Popular Politician, Yet DNC Pretends He Does Not Exist

      The truth hurts, but here it is: “Some people think that the people who voted for Trump are racists and sexists and homophobes and deplorable folks. I don’t agree, because I’ve been there. Let me tell you something else some of you might not agree with, it

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