Housing, labor, and civil rights advocates and elected officials are giving a thumbs up to the accord reached between 49 state attorneys general and banks involved in the mortgage crisis.
"Shared sacrifice" has become a key talking point among many top politicians opposing the Republican Party's defense of the super-rich and refusal to allow the Bush tax cuts to expire.
Republicans are practically foaming at the mouth in their crusade to block the nomination of Elizabeth Warren to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
As the lords of finance are showing us, in the present era of capitalist development even small victories on the progressive side of the ledger are never secure.
Wisconsin, joined by other states, is ground zero of an irreconcilable conflict over the role of government.
The addition of General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt to the third top Obama administration position on economic policy tells an important tale.
For Obama, triangulation makes sense, and focusing criticism on it instead of on putting together the grassroots structures for us to win in 2012 is a dead end.
I'm so glad the Republicans on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission have set me straight.
What is delaying an economic recovery is not too much spending and a growing deficit, but not enough federal spending.
The main sections of capital, like right-wing extremism that does its bidding, are comfortable with a slow-growth economy - but they can be beat.