If the movement of everyday Americans behind Progressives United is going to succeed, members need to be able to connect with each other and discuss the crucial issues facing us all.
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Polling has shown that the vast majority of Americans believe we should expand Social Security benefits. Why do you think Social Security has been our nation's most successful anti-poverty program, and what should we do to protect and expand it?
Detroit's bankruptcy is about pro-corporate officials attacking hard-working Americans' prosperity. How do we revitalize Detroit while ensuring that workers receive pensions they've spent their lives working for?
Despite an historic effort, Fair Elections legislation in New York fell short because two Democratic senators voted with every Republican to abandon reform. How can progressives ensure wavering Democrats are held accountable for real reform?
The recent fiscal deal included billions of dollars in handouts to corporations that industry lobbyists slipped in unnoticed. What reforms should be enacted to stop this corporate welfare in the future?
Super PACs supporting GOP presidential candidates are raising and spending more money than the candidates themselves. The system is broken, and we need to show it. How would you explain the exploding influence of money in this election to a friend?
Russ Feingold has criticized President Obama's decision to embrace unlimited, anonymous fundraising as 'dancing with the devil.' Do you think the push to win now will keep progressives and the middle class from winning long-term?
77% of people believe there is too much power in the hands of the rich and corporations. What will it take for Congress to act?
Republicans refused to budge and Democrats walked away from a bad deal, so there will be no fast-track path to dismantling crucial programs. How should we make sure the 1% pay their fair share and take the fight to Republicans?
President Obama's proposed executive order would require companies doing business with the federal government to disclose their political contributions. Anti-transparency legislators oppose it. What do you think?