Saying he was put into office by blue-collar voters serves the interests of top Democrats, Republicans, the dominant media and the big-business elite.
If the media treated “disaffected voters like the overwhelming majority they are," the journalist writes about the recent election gains made by the U.K.’s Labour Party leader (pictured), "we might at least stop face-planting on our election predictions."
Progressives need to sharpen their understanding of why blue-collar Americans voted a billionaire into the White House and find a way to connect with them.
Many of the super wealthy move further to the political right, care less about the feelings and needs of others, and become anti-social, less generous with their money and less willing to support the economic needs of all members of society.
When the presidential candidates vowed in their second debate to eliminate the “carried-interest” loophole, they left out some important context.
The 2016 election was supposed to be the one in which the interests of the non-elite got a hearing We still have two months to make it happen The 2016 election was supposed to be the one in which the interests of the non-elite got a hearing.
The top journalists covering the elections are out of touch. No wonder they're missing this year's big stories.