President Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” economy has given black Americans a boost over the last year in terms of wages, job opportunities, and labor force participation.
Blue-collar and white-collar Americans “are being clobbered, they’re being killed,” former Vice President Joe Biden claimed at the January 14 Democrat debate in Iowa.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) admits cheaper illegal alien workers drive down wages for America’s working and middle class, but continues to support amnesty for illegal aliens, decriminalization of the United States-Mexico border, and throwing out President Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” executive order.
Overall net migration has dropped to the lowest level this decade, according to the latest Census Bureau data.
The bottom 25 percent of American wage earners secured the largest wage hikes year-to-year compared to all others for November, newly released data reveals, thanks to President Trump’s tightening of the United States labor market.
The nation’s most prominent labor unions are coming out strong to support President Trump’s United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade deal that will replace the job-killing North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Despite their rivalry, billionaire Michael Bloomberg and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) are running for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination on the same platform to flood the United States labor market with foreign workers to increase profits for the nation’s donor and big business class.
A huge majority of Hispanic voters in Florida support mandatory E-Verify to ban employers from hiring illegal aliens and Gov. Ron DeSantis after he outlawed sanctuary cities across the state this year.
The Republican Party must defend America’s working and middle class against “concentrated corporate power” and Silicon Valley, California’s tech billionaires and their monopolization of entire sectors of the United States’ economy.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) unveiled her plan to fund Medicare for All, claiming that the plan would not raise taxes on the middle classes. However, tax experts have noted that the plan will, in fact, hike taxes on the American middle class.
President George H.W. Bush’s plan for a “New World Order” with global integration of the United States’ economy has made the ruling class richer while eroding “the middle class way of life” in America, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) says.
A 25-year union worker with Ford Motor Company says President Donald Trump is “the only person defending” American auto workers while 2020 Democrats propose an environmental agenda that will “destroy union jobs” for the middle class.
New York Times best-selling author and populist conservative columnist Ann Coulter says the establishment media is so out-of-touch they are “shocked” decade after decade when voters support candidates promising to “put Americans before Wall Street.”
The income growth in a number of states that once lagged following the Great Recession are now enjoying soaring levels of personal income among residents thanks to President Trump’s economy.
The ruling class’s consensus in support of globalizing the American economy is working “quite well” for its architects, the “cosmopolitan class,” while leaving behind the “great American middle,” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) says.
During the second debate for the 2020 Democrat presidential primary candidates, former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) attacked economic elites and Wall Street, despite both of their campaigns being funded by Wall Street.
Asked the first question of the night, Sanders at first seemed to dodge the inquiry about whether he would raise taxes.|
The majority of working-class Americans say the country’s mass legal and illegal immigration policies are driving up crime in the United States, a new survey finds.
More than four-in-nine working class Americans competing in the lowest end of the labor market want less immigration to the United States, the latest Gallup survey finds.
The Democrat agenda of open borders and mass immigration is the “greatest betrayal of the American middle class,” President Trump said Tuesday night during an Orlando, Florida rally.