I looked at their list of demands. Some of them are definitely not feasible. Numbers 3,4,5,7, 9,11, and 12 are the worst.
1 and 3 tie together and could be worked out, but forcing every business to offer a living wage would put a lot of smaller businesses out of business.
4, someone needs to pay for education. I see no problem with the student paying for at least some of their collage level education.
5, Unless there is enough of an alternative to replace oil for fuel and coal powered plants -as- alternative fuels are introduced, this is a pipe dream on the national scale.
7, very unrealistic. Eco-restoration is good, but we canNOT allow the free flow of rivers anymore. Especially here in the West. Too much of our power depends upon hydroelectric generation, not to mention flood and waterway control. The closing of the nuclear plants is also very unrealistic. There's nothing to replace the power they do generate and if we could build some modern nuclear plants, those are a LOT safer than the older generation ones.
9, that's just national suicide on a security standpoint alone.
11, this one takes the cake. Complete forgiveness of all debt? How stupid are they? That would ruins a LOT of businesses, or at the least make it very hard for them to operate with no income from people who have bought things and own them money. Car manufacturers, home builders and financial sellers among some. Not to mention banks, who do offer very legitimate loans. How are they supposed to operate if they are suddenly out of hundreds of millions, billions or trillions of dollars? Does the debt forgiveness extend to taxes owed to the government? I cannot see them giving that up.
12, without credit rating agencies, how do you know who is a credit risk or not?
The other demands are more reasonable, and could be negotiated to a degree, but the others? Sheesh..