What Swings the Swing Voter?

Today,  a similar common denominator unites every identity group with every economic populist: All have much to gain from policies that address rising inequality by Les Leopold According to conventional wisdom, the Democrats must appeal to middle-of-the-road swing voters in order to defeat Trump in 2020. Supposedly these voters want a moderate who “crosses the … Read more

Beware the Moderate Democrat

By Les Leopold He’s a “moderate.” Such a soothing political word. It conjures up a reasonable, considerate person who seeks the middle ground between ideological extremists: Works well with others, crosses the aisle to make good policy, knows how to win incremental change rather than issuing jarring proclamations that jump too far ahead of the … Read more

Tell Us About Your Runaway Inequality Events!

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.92″ background_layout=”light”] We’ve made a Google form so you can easily report to us about your upcoming or past Runaway Inequality event. We want to add these to our new Events calendar, to help people find out about talks and trainings that are coming up, and to learn about events that occurred … Read more

The Incorruptibles Launch Online Learning Program

They’re calling it The Incorruptibles Academy, the place to go to learn to take back your government. There is a Reversing Runaway Inequality course, beginning on May 31. Other courses are “Strategize Your City,” “Participatory Democracy,” “Raising Small Dollar Donations,” “Convincing Coalition Partners,” and there are many more, with new courses being added every couple … Read more