Only two candidates offer environmental positions that are reasonably consistent with generational justice and economic opportunity – the core components of the American Dream. Donald Trump purports to be the presidential candidate who will bring back the American Dream. Thousands of voters in Nevada and elsewhere believe him. But is he really the champion of the ...
Chris Christie’s suspension of his presidential campaign is a real loss for those voters who care about generational justice.
Who really has a plan for repairing our American Dream? The 2016 presidential election is in its most critical stretch. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders continues to raise substantial sums of money, which means that he and Hillary Clinton will spend even more time arguing about who is more “progressive,” notwithstanding their records and proposals ...
Generational justice in the form of entitlement reform is getting short-shrift in this election season. But it doesn’t have to. Let’s do something about it.
Even though they “didn’t start the fire,” most of the leading candidates would prefer to play the part of Nero, fiddling while Social Security burns.
Six presidential candidates have pledged to be problem solvers and take steps to repair the American Dream. Will other candidates make the same No Labels pledge?
Ask yourself which candidates have credible plans for repairing both components of the American Dream – generational justice and economic opportunity. Support those that do.
If you believe you are living the American Dream, then write with your story.