Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney held a press briefing this week where he contradicted President Trump’s claim that there was no “quid pro quo” during his phone call with Ukraine’s leader back in July. Mulvaney later...
Candidates at the fourth debate differed on how the government should regulate — or break up — massive tech conglomerates, but the overall position was the same across the board: Tech has gotten too big and too powerful.
Billionaire Tom Steyer is bucking criticism that he bought his way onto the stage of Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate by framing his candidacy as a continuance of his yearslong advocacy on progressive issues.
Adjusted for inflation, today's average hourly wage has about as much purchasing power as it did in 1978. Most wage increases have gone to the highest earners.
Tom SteyerThe fact is, most Americans have the same purchasing power they had 40 years ago, despite massive gains by the richest 1%. That tells me that something shameful is going on in this country.
There's nothing more powerful than the unified voice of the American people.
Tom SteyerIf the richest Americans pay our fair share, we can afford universal health care, quality education, and Social Security. Just pennies in taxes on the 160,000 richest families in this country would raise $1 trillion. We need a wealth tax.
Billionaire former San Francisco hedge fund manager and political activist Tom Steyer has never debated before Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate. He said he will spend his precious few minutes on stage trying to introduce himself. But he may...