Conservatives face serious dilemmas about how their ideals exist and function in a COVID-19 world. Focusing on small government, we'll explore the ideal and explain why voting for progressive candidates is the most direct path to achieving this style of living.
The Bernie Sanders campaign has officially ended and we're left with many questions. In this episode we'll explore why Americans are so resistant to necessary change and what options are left for progressives moving forward.
Our economy is quickly entering a depression, one that will likely ripple for generations. It is a known future, one that forces us to consider what comes next. How will we reshape production and labor in the United States, given our experience so far with the crisis? Whatever directions we choose, they all begin with reimagining public-private partnerships.
The COVID-19 pandemic sheds light on the dysfunction of our modern economic and political institutions. Every crisis presents opportunities for those willing to take them. We explore why the time for a total strike is now and how it may take form.
COVID-19 has shown us how ill-prepared we are for crisis. Local governments should act now to build programs to increase local resilience. We'll explore seven policy frameworks for how to do that.
Technology and labor have gone hand in hand with human evolution for over 10,000 years. Today we're experiencing a fundamental shift in our technology, one that will force us to reshape work as we know it. We'll explore this concept and more in this episode.