Barbara Boxer and Rand Paul Create A Tax Monster

A former Campaign for America's Future "Progressive Champion" and a libertarian Republican have jointly created a Frankenstein of a plan that pardons corporations for their past tax avoidance.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Grassroots Push Needed For Sanders’ Infrastructure Bill

Flooded streets, broken bridges and overcrowded public transportation make the case for Sen. Bernie Sanders' $1 trillion spending plan. So do the 13 million jobs that the bill would create.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Needed: The Case For Public Investment In Public Infrastructure

The White House today announced the creation of an infrastructure bonds program designed to attract private financing for transportation projects. It's a workaround for the cowardice and obstruction in Washington.
Isaiah J. Poole
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This Weekend: #ReclaimMLK

National People's Action is highlighting an effort to "reclaim" the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. memorial holiday from "efforts to soften, sanitize, and commercialize" his legacy.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Senate Democrats Propose Wealthy Pay A 30 Percent Minimum Tax

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse has released a "tax fairness plan" that would ensure that people with multimillion-dollar incomes pay their fair share in taxes. Meanwhile, conservatives cling to their tax-cuts-for-corporations agenda.
Isaiah J. Poole
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President Obama’s Decisive Action On Cuba

We called on President Obama to take a series of actions to "move good things forward" in the face of a destructive right-wing agenda. Today he took one of the actions on that list.
Isaiah J. Poole
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The Ominous ‘Cromnibus,’ A Budget Bill That Should Have Died

With all of the bad stuff that is in the 2015 budget that the House struggled to pass late Thursday, there is also a major story to be told about what's not in the bill. In an ideal world, it would have been voted down.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Call Congress To Oppose Backroom Wall Street Deal

We're calling for an all-out push today to stop a backroom deal that would reopen the Wall Street derivatives casino that caused so much damage in 2008, with taxpayers stuck with the bill for cleaning up the mess.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Urgent: Tell Congress To Not Reopen The Wall Street Casino

The Wall Street caucus in Congress is trying to slip a major attack on hard-won financial reforms into a spending bill designed to keep the government running. We're asking people to sign an emergency petition.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Let’s Rethink The Gas Tax

The current federal program for funding surface transportation infrastructure in the United States is broken, a new report concludes, and other countries may have lessons for us to learn.
Isaiah J. Poole
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“We Can’t Breathe”

African Americans still can't fully breathe in America under the smog of racism. It permeates our institutions and inhibits the ability of all of us to breathe. We may not all recognize it, but this is poisoning us all.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Fight For $15: Strikes Planned Thursday For Higher Wages

Workers in as many as 190 cities around the country are expected on Thursday to demonstrate for a $15-an-hour wage, building on the foundation of the fast-food strikes of the past year.
Isaiah J. Poole
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Why Red-State Voters Should Cheer Obama’s Tax-Break Veto Threat

The major tax break that was about to be left off the "make permanent" list in the "tax extenders" bill President Obama threatened to veto last week – the Earned Income Tax Credit – disproportionately benefits rural families.
Isaiah J. Poole
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