TPP

Beware Of The "Sneak Laws"
There are tons of "sneak laws" written to benefit a few key corporations or billionaires. These laws limit competition, provide subsidies, give tax breaks – you name it. But they never help regular people. Read more...
David Brooks: NAFTA Was 'Sort Of A Wash Economically'
This is why the New York Times pays him the big bucks, folks. Read more...
NAFTA Origins, Part One: The Original NAFTA Included Great Britain
This starts a series of guest posts by Matt Stoller on the origins of NAFTA and the TPP. Read more...
No Fast Track To TPP: Fix NAFTA First
We have to stop fast-track authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Then we should take the momentum from that to demand Congress and President Obama instead fix NAFTA first. Read more...
Commerce Sec. Penny Pritzker: Time To Upgrade NAFTA With TPP
If Penny Pritzker's for it, you should be against it. Read more...

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Meet Congressional Candidate Marianne Williamson
We know her as an author, lecturer and teacher of A Course in Miracles. Now Marianne Williamson wants to bring her spirituality to Congress. Read more...
Get Up, Stand Up!
Nicole Sandler talks about Monday's NoKXL rallies, and this Saturday's upcoming Moral March in NC and more activism with Dave Johnson. Plus GottaLaff with a 13-year old's fight for her First Amendment rights. Read more...
Why Stopping TPP Fast Track Really, Really Matters
If Reid stands firm, it means new trade deals are likely to be worked out in the open, where the people and their elected politicians can debate the merits. In other words, it will be a victory for democracy. Read more...
Watch: What One-Sided Trade Pacts Are Doing To Our Jobs
"Imagine if factories in America got orders for $540 billion of goods... the economy would be booming. ... that was just one year of our trade deficit." Read more...
A Note About TPP And Wikileaks
The TPP process is set up to lead to a certain kind of agreement that favors corporate interests against the interests of most of us. Groups representing non-corporate stakeholders were kept out of the process. Read more...