Money

The Supreme Court Is Like A Wedgie
Campaign Finance Reform is just like a big, unbeatable wedgie. It keeps getting worse and worse. The Supreme Court eliminated the limit for donations to campaigns. So now wealthy Democrats and Wealthy Republicans can donate as much money as they want! This totally what our forefathers wanted when they created our country. Read more...
U.S. Chamber Backing Mitch McConnell, Big Coal Candidates In 2014
What politicians like McConnell and groups like the U.S. Chamber are actually supporting is an assault on public health and the environment in Kentucky, not to mention the working class. Read more...
Ho Ho Ho! Fox News Exposes Panhandling Scammer: John Stossel
Once again, John Stossel dresses up as a homeless beggar and scolds those who show them compassion. Read more...
Editorial: Homelessness In Toledo
When the answer is there is no money for covering the most basic of human needs, it is hard to accept. Read more...
Citizen Koch
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ted Deutch proposed a constitutional amendment to undo the disastrous Citizens United decision. Read more...

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Fresh off the August recess, the United States Congress got back to business today. Rather than focusing on pressing issues like a potential war, looming budget deadlines, and the growing problem of student loan debt, some Republican lawmakers thought it was the perfect time to pick up where they left off before their recess – attacking the Environmental Protection Agency. Read more...
Lee Camp: 'Money - What Is It, Really?'
This episode of the Moment of Clarity Show features creator of the Zeitgeist Movement, Peter Joseph. This week we discuss money - what is it really? Why does it seem we never have enough? How do we rethink it? Read more...
Thousands of climate activists marched Saturday through the streets of Richmond, California to the gates of the Chevron refinery, as part of a protest against the oil giant and other fossil fuel companies. Read more...
From a safe distance, the media reports on Detroit's bankruptcy proceedings. Read more...
NYC comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer explains the role of comptroller, discusses the 2008 financial crisis and defends market regulation. Read more...