"Thom Hartmann begins a conversation about how greed has destroyed the American economy."
Activists rally against forty years of 'legislative-corporate collusion' as new report documents assault on democracy and progress
We've covered both of these stories here, whether it's the "too big to jail" corrupt HSBC, or the out of touch greedy AIG, which was considering suing the taxpayers after they'd bailed them out. This Wednesday evening, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart
The Commission on Presidential Debates, a private corporation, restricts the ‘debates’ to the two corporate parties and the issues that they approve. The concerns of the people such as ending corporate influence over politics, ending militarization, and creating real jobs and access to health care and education will be discussed superficially or not at all.
It's good when normally non-political (at least, publicly) celebrities like David Letterman come out and attack corporate greed, because I suspect it has more of an impact. Letterman's right, of course - but no one's going to do anything to stop
I keep mulling this over, and I can't think of any way even Republican judges can make this constitutional. But it's mindboggling that they would even try to give the legislative branch the power to decide whether a state AG is permitted to bring a
Originally posted on my own site - The Political is Personal. This is turning into a very different kind of shareholder season, one that is every bit as much about civic concerns as it is about the price of any stock, as investors have been
Animation: Joe Biden on Gay Marriage (Actual Audio) from scottbateman on Vimeo. Good morning! It's Tuesday, May 8, 2012. Is your wireless provider verigreedy?
Newstalgia Reference Room with Eugene V. Debs, one of the most famous Sociaist movement leaders of the 20th Century. Please donate to Newstalgia and help save the site and the archive. Give what you can!
A short film produced by Occupy Philly...
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