Ruy Teixeira explains why the 2008 presidential outcome was not a fluke and how the progressive coalition has made an impact in 2012.
Sarah Jane Glynn explains the benefits of implementing paid sick leave for our nation’s workers.
Dr. Christopher Lillis, an internal medicine doctor based in Virginia, explains why soot is hazardous to our public health, how it affects regular people, and the benefits of reducing soot pollution through new Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
Center for American Progress Senior Fellow and Director of Climate Strategy Daniel J. Weiss explains why the Carbon Pollution Rule is important for the environment.
Jennifer Erickson explains what the Volcker Rule is and why it needs to be strengthened to prevent banks from taking risky investments with taxpayer dollars.
Daron Acemoglu, MIT professor of economics and co-author of the New York Times best-selling book Why Nations Fail, explains how inequality threatens the United States and why we will overcome it.
Brian Katulis says that the administration’s strategy of diplomacy and economic sanctions in Iran is working.
Center for American Progress Director of Fiscal Reform Seth Hanlon explains why the Buffett Rule is a fair and necessary element of tax reform.
Daniel J. Weiss explains why oil prices are so high and why conservative solutions like offshore drilling and the Keystone XL pipeline are misguided.
Center for American Progress China Analyst Melanie Hart explains what U.S. policymakers need to know about China’s 2012 leadership transition.
Center for American Progress Senior Economist Heather Boushey explains why a strong middle class is so important for America.
Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Ruy Teixeira outlines the demographic and economic factors that will drive the 2012 presidential election.