Bloomberg and Steyer Reveal That Billionaires Are Underinvesting In Politics

Tom Steyer has the résumé of a hedge-fund manager and the charisma of an accountant. His public speaking skills are minimal, political experience, negligible, and taste in ties, unforgivable. His natural constituency is ostensibly that subset of progressive Democrats who want their party's nominee to be both a populist outsider and early investor in private prisons.