Sen. Bernie Sanders: "When Donald Trump was a private real estate developer in New York City, he got $800 million, a billionaire received $800 million in subsidies and tax breaks -- that's called corporate socialism."
Here are the seven best shots for the left to wrest seats away from the corporate wing of the Democratic Party.
Corporate donor's proximity to Biden suggests he may be intending to reduce federal oversight of private equity, real estate, and the tech sector.
“The volume of corporate debt hit an all-time high of $13.5 trillion at the end of 2019, but the overall quality of bonds fell below levels seen before the global financial crisis, according to a new OECD report.”
We will not allow our voices to be silenced! We deserve an administration that will prioritize the voices of hardworking families over the interests of corporate polluters and protect the health and safety of our future generations! #ProtectYourVoice
Corporate virus victims multiply as Meggitt dives on travel slowdown
What a SURPRISE! The Trump administration yet again sticks it to working people to protect their CEO buddies. It's pretty simple: if you think corporate execs deserve all the power in setting workplace standards, then you're against workers.
McDonald's claims it can't afford to pay a living wage to all workers. Now it's giving its former CEO, who was fired, a $42 million exit package. Corporate greed has no limit and we need a president who is prepared to take them on and end it. That is exactly what I plan to do.
GOP controlled the House and Senate for two years under Trump. If the wall was such an emergency, they could have used reconciliation to pass it with 50 votes in Senate. Why didn’t they? I guess throwing millions off health care & cutting corporate taxes were higher priorities.
. thought that with the backing of the billionaires and the corporate elite, she could take your vote for granted.