One of the key causes of racial inequality is economic inequality. To many people seeking to explain the racial inequality that has persisted since the Civil War, the economic argument is often intertwined with discrimination and the need to gain a more powerful political voice in government.
This evening’s second Democrat presidential debate will feature the two leading progressive candidates against other more conservative contenders on a range of policy issues. But the progressives–Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren–have set the direction for the policies being addressed by the others, especially in the areas of
President Trump’s wild claim that he could end the war in Afghanistan in one week, but that he did not want to kill 10 million people, is another disturbing statement from a man who many mental health professionals think has serious clinical problems. At a meeting with
Posted by William L. Bainbridge on Monday, July 22, 2019
One of the main criticisms of Afro-Americans voters’ support of progressive Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders is that he has criticized the Democrat Party. As a result, political analysts say this has reduced Afro-American voter enthusiasm for Sanders. While it is critical that Afro-Americans and other racial and