The US economy is creating a historically low level of jobs. But robots aren't the culprit.
Doug Henwood edits Left Business Observer and is the host of Behind the News. His latest book is My Turn.
The closer you examine Donald Trump's approval ratings, the more abysmal they look.
The Democrats' central weakness comes from being a party of business but having to pretend otherwise.
The making of the modern Republican Party.
The Democratic Party establishment has given up on the policies that would attract disaffected workers.
The latest attacks on Bernie Sanders reveal that the Democratic Party is intent on driving down expectations.
Hillary Clinton's record cuts against the claim that she's an ardent champion of women's rights.
Doug Henwood responds to a critical review of his new book on Hillary Clinton.
The $18 trillion price tag for Bernie Sanders' spending plan is actually quite small.
At Columbia University, hungry students are encouraged to rely on the charity of their wealthy peers.
Paul Mason is wrong. Capitalists need workers, just as they always have.
Unions vastly improve the wages and working conditions of their members. No wonder they're still under attack.
Neoliberalism lives and shouldn't be given a premature obituary, but the American empire has entered a decadent phase.
For many employers, it will be much cheaper to pay the penalties than cover full-time workers.