From “As Venezuela Enters 3rd Month Of Protests, Anti-Maduro Ire Finds New Target,” in NPR By Colin Dwyer It has been more than 60 days since Venezuela’s Supreme Court moved to dissolve the country’s National Assembly. The move, intended to… Read More ›
Brexit is last stand of economic neo-liberalism
A working-class revolt has taken place, and frustration is spilling out in all sorts of directions. If Britain is to have a future, the escalating culture wars have to stop From “Grieve now if you must – but prepare for… Read More ›
The Best (or worst) that the US Senate has to Offer
Can anyone find the inconsistencies and inaccuracies in this Speech given by Senator Orrin Hatch at the US Senate Podium two days ago? hmmm June 8, 2016 Senate Session, Part 2 02:33:26 Orrin Hatch MR. HATCH: MR. PRESIDENT, I… Read More ›
The 4th Largest Economy In The World Just Generated 90 Percent Of The Power It Needs From Renewables
By Jeremy Deaton On Sunday, for a brief, shining moment, renewable power output in Germany reached 90 percent of the country’s total electricity demand. That’s a big deal. On May 8th, at 11 a.m. local time, the total output of… Read More ›
Don’t Be Fooled: Koch Push For Justice Reform Is Plot To Protect Corporate Criminals
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
What Candidates Talk About When They Talk About Inequality
Americans are deeply worried about wealth and income gaps. But the issue evinces only confusion on the campaign trail. By Eric Alterman Were it not for Trumpmania, we might be using this endless election season to discuss the fact… Read More ›
Corporate Welfare Is Draining Baltimore
On May 4, Stephen Curry, deadeye starting point guard for the Golden State Warriors, was named the 2015 National Basketball Association MVP. In honor of his award, Baltimore-based athletic gear firm Under Armour announced a special edition of his Curry… Read More ›
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