The only way the UAW’s strategy of rejecting voluntary overtime can work is if Ford, GM, and Stellantis lack enough workers to make cars.
The strike of SAG-AFTRA highlights a summer of workers’ pushback against a finance-driven economy.
Today on TAP: Two Prospect pieces on red and blue trifecta states make clear we really are two separate nations.
Today on TAP: Though the public thinks he’s too old to serve a second term, Joe Biden keeps getting older. What should the Democrats do?
Today on TAP: Negotiating with the GOP would be a disaster, but not negotiating has political perils, too. Which leavesawhat?
Well, they got Al Capone for tax evasion, so there’s precedent for this sort of thing.
Today on TAP: A newly Democratic state government votes to restore some democracy in the workplace.
Four Democratic House members draw a bead on the seat Feinstein will vacate.
There’s no equivalence between l’affaire Biden documents and l’affaire Trump documents-but politically, that may not matter so much.
In Nevada, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, the union has been talking to voters about progressive fixes to inflation for months, when Democrats didn’t know what to say.