Today's Campaign

Environmentalism is deeply, deeply needed. I'm not sure exactly how to make it fit with the theme of Wall Street and the 99%.

Student Debt is akin to Republicans $2.50/gallon gas, though perhaps more achievable. It's an odd fit: high school graduates and non-grads are more screwed by the modern economy than college grads. It follows American politics overt but somewhat quiet love for the middle class, over-advertised pennies for the poor, alongside covert moving of real wealth to the rich. It reminds me of the recent extension of your parents medical benefits to 20-somethings: a strange thing for a country that claims to be equal, that the kids of the upper half should be so sheltered from what kids from the poorer half go through. If you're 25 and the child of ...