Hillary Clinton

  • Big Portion of Union Households Shifted to Trump

    By Michael Messina

    Let’s be clear, more union households voted for Hillary Clinton than for Donald Trump. The Democratic side still holds the upper hand there, but exit polls showed a swing this year that clearly helped Trump win the presidency.

  • Economists (Yes, Even Right-Leaning Ones) Say Clinton’s Immigration Plan Is Better

    By Michael Messina

    We are now less than a week away from the election. While convincing undecided Facebook friends (if they dare to come out of the shadows) seems like a tall order at this point, the L.A. Times recently published an article on the immigration plans of the two candidates that might be of some use. Labor 411 is inherently concerned with jobs and the economy of the U.S., and it appears almost all the experts agree that Hillary Clinton’s immigration policy comes out as the clear winner for the future of the U.S.

  • The GOP’s “Nightmare Scenario” of Donald Trump’s Implosion

    By Kelly Ross

    The election is almost here and – whether in debates or polls - American voters have been left with a clear winner, and it isn’t Donald Trump. The question now becomes will Trump drag down his party as he goes down in defeat.

  • He Might Not Accept the Election Results? Cue the "Psycho" Violins!

    By Evan Henerson

    Yes, we realize that with Halloween just ahead, that this is the season of ghosts, goblins, ghouls and Donald J. Trump. At Labor 411, we can appreciate a good scare as much as the next fright-seeker.

    But we keep hearing about something that isn't just scary, it's utterly terrifying.

  • Getting Down to Basics: Who’s Going to Help?

    By Evan Henerson

    The rhetoric was appalling. The accusations, from the mudpile. As gross as we thought things could get based on the leaked “Access Hollywood” tape, the spectacle of Trump vs. Clinton, round 2 was even worse. What does it say about the discourse when a high school politics teacher apologizes to his students for making them watch a presidential debate?

  • Four Outrageous Trump Moments from the 2016 Presidential Debate (Including the One Everybody Missed)

    By Kelly Ross

    When Trump Talked About His Temperament

    After interrupting Clinton almost 51 times during the debate compared to her 17 times, Trump brought up the issue of his temperament.

  • Question Number One: Income Inequality

    By Michael Messina

    Last night, just before the debate began, the moderator, NBC’s Lester Holt, announced that he would be covering topics that were considered to be of most importance to voters.

  • Heart of Stone: Three Ice-Cold Trump Debate Quotes

    By Michael Messina

    We all know Donald Trump is proud of his business, but certain comments in last night’s first presidential debate had us wondering if this guy has any human connection when it comes to the economy of the United States.

  • Trump’s Economy Speech Clears Up Absolutely Nothing

    By Michael Messina

    Donald Trump gave a speech on his plan for the U.S. economy on Monday, and beyond the fact that is was laced with the usual anti-Hillary rhetoric and lies, writers and analysts are fairly confused as to where he’s going with it all.

  • Organized Labor at the DNC

    By Kelly Ross

    This year’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia has been jam packed with excitement as the Democratic Party made history by officially nominating Hillary Clinton as its candidate for the 2016 presidential election. 
    However, that’s not the only thing exciting about the just-concluded convention.