Democratic analyst John Halpin says Hillary Clinton will not campaign as a raging populist but also is not going to propose rolling back Dodd-Frank. Union lawyer and activist Thomas Geoghegan says the Democratic Party is living in a fantasy world if it doesn’t recognize that its future depends on reviving the labor movement. And Bill Press interviews Congresswoman Barbara Lee on drone attacks.
- April 26, 2015 John Halpin on Hillary Clinton and income inequality … Thomas Geoghegan on the Democratic Party’s need to revive organized labor … and Bill Press interviews Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
- John Halpin The big issue of income inequality does not interest most Americans, says public opinion expert John Halpin. But the issue will work for Democrats if they talk about the specific components of inequality – such as wages, education and taxes.
- Thomas Geoghegan Longtime union lawyer and activist Thomas Geoghegan says labor will not come back as a political force without militancy, disruption and educating the Democratic Party elite that its future depends on unions.
- Barbara Lee Bill Press and his guest California Congresswoman Barbara Lee discuss drone attacks.
- Jim Hightower A cluster bomb to obliterate our sovereignty.