Robert Reich (former U.S. labor secretary and professor at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy), Ilyse Hogue (columnist, The Nation), Joel Rubin (director of policy and government affairs, Ploughshares Fund), Jon Soltz (co-founder and chairman of VoteVets.org and Iraq War veteran), Simon Johnson (senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management) and Tico Almeida (founder and president, Freedom to Work).
“As we fight terrorism, we can’t lose sight of what makes our nation different — due process of law and the freedom to disagree.” — Eliot Spitzer watch video
“They are decades behind in adopting the principles of corporate leadership that so many Fortune 500 companies have already adopted because it’s the right thing to do for business.” — Tico Almeida watch video
“Mitt Romney was very good at making money: making money for investors, making money for shareholders, making money for private equity partners. But the job of president is most specifically not to make money for shareholders — we’re not shareholders, [...] watch video