At the core of Third Way's political practice has always been the idea that the rich already pay too much in taxes, so we've got to stop asking them to pony up more cash.
In the United States, there is going to be a fight about this, in the context of national elections.
Themes of his literature include the celebration of the Latin American/Caribbean diaspora, and the broken promises of immigration in America.
Bruce Rauner is a billionaire who made his money the old-fashioned way: by lying, stealing, and cheating.
Iowa caucuses - both Democratic and Republican - are exercises in genuine, local neighbor-to-neighbor democracy.
As a result of the 1,681 caucuses held across the state last night, there will be about an equal number of Clinton delegates and Sanders delegates at the 99 county conventions to be held in March.
Ending detentions and mass deportations will require political courage and action from whoever is elected.
Election outcomes in Virginia have swung back and forth between Republicans and Democrats, largely depending on election turnout.
Whoever wins the Democratic nomination will have to build a movement capable of beating the Republican, whose victory would be a great danger.
Is Sanders' greatest weakness his campaign's limited addressing of race? Or is he being unfairly targeted for taking on economic injustice?