@RBReich: Taxing billionaires is not a radical idea, but letting them get away with paying $0 in federal income taxes is.

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@RBReich: For the record, it’s not a radical socialist idea to think that billionaires should pay more than $0 in federal income taxes.

Robert Reich (@RBReich) / Twitter

@RBReich: By the end of 2018, the 25 richest Americans were collectively worth $1.1 trillion. It would take 14.3 million average wage earners to make that much.25 versus 14.3 million.It’s radical not to tax the rich.

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@BernieSanders: Here’s a radical idea: majority rule. Not a single Republican voted to provide a $1,400 direct payment to the working class or a $3,000 Child Tax Credit. The Senate passed this important legislation with 51 votes. We must do the same with the American Jobs and Family plans.

Bernie Sanders (@berniesanders) / Twitter

@RBReich: Call me a radical lefty, but if Amazon’s market capitalization exceeds Australia’s GDP, it’s probably time for the company to pay more in taxes.

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@RBReich: Killing the filibuster isn’t radical.What’s radical is allowing the GOP to introduce nearly 400 bills across the country eviscerating the right to vote.

Robert Reich (@RBReich) / Twitter

@RBReich: In case you missed it, the U.S. minimum wage would be $33/hour if it had kept pace with Wall Street bonuses.$15/hour is not radical. It’s essential. Raise the wage.

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@RBReich: Trickle down economics is design to enrich corporations and the wealthy at the expense of the American people.The time is now for radical change.

Nina Turner (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@RBReich: Call me a radical lefty, but I think we should be investing in the American people before sending bombs and arms to foreign governments.

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