Our vision is a coalition party that will deliver what regular people take for granted in so many other countries: single payer health care, free public college, money out of politics, an infrastructure jobs program, a $15 minimum wage, financial regulations, and more.
We need actual representation in our government. A majority of people in the US don’t feel represented by either the Democratic or Republican parties. We’ve watched these parties turn their backs on us to answer every call of the billionaires and donors. Overwhelming numbers of Americans understand these parties cannot be salvaged. Polls show that almost two out of three Americans are now calling for a major new party. It’s time to build the party we’re looking for — one that brings us all together.
Wealthy donors and big corporations have two major parties. The people have none.
Together we’re building a coalition of working people, unions, and progressive groups for a nationally viable people’s party.
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Chris Hedges interviews Nick Braña
Would the American people be better served by a Movement for a People’s Party?
Nick Braña, founder, executive director of Movement for a People’s Party talks with journalist Chris Hedges about the US’ two political party system and the need for third and fourth parties.
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Neither party wants to give up its fossil fuel money and plush revolving door jobs on Wall Street to tackle climate change. Help us grow our movement with a generation that seeks radical transformation and a people’s party.
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In 1970, Richard Nixon championed a universal basic income to establish an economic floor for the poor. The Chicago Sun Times called it “A Giant Leap Forward”…
Crushing new party rule bans campaign consultants from working with progressive primary challengers, rigging primary elections against progressives.