Last night the president got the ball rolling, but he didn't roll it far enough or always in the right direction. So now it's our turn.
Obama's budget freeze: hard to imagine a worse conclusion to draw from the Massachusetts election, or a more telling lesson for working people.
Ben Bernanke should be replaced, and the Federal Reserve needs fixing to serve working people's needs.
CLEVELAND - Musicians at this city's famous orchestra are taking heat from phony populists, but their union's firmness sets an example that is good for the entire labor movement.
The stock market might not be a useful economic indicator, but at times it just might be an indicator of the class struggle.
The president has taken a decidedly more combative, populist tone. It's time.
Diehard conservatives - mostly Republicans - are willing to let the elderly, the disabled and the children die, while they themselves do nothing but scream, "No new taxes!"
There is going to be a real problem moving ordinary people into action on any financial reform that does not a) restore their lost pensions, or b) give them back their foreclosed home.
Without a rapid draw-down in unemployment numbers, Obama will be unlikely to resurrect the coalition he needs to address other important questions.