An NFL team came under fire over the weekend after it gave an African-American child a lawnmower to help him save for college.
When Scott Pruitt says "people," he means "corporations." He means "industry executives."
There are ulterior motives for all of these sudden gestures of generosity.
A democracy regulates corporations to protect people from concentrated power. If we let concentrated power make decisions for us, we end up getting dragged off of airplanes.
United Airline passenger is dragged off a plane because they overbooked the flight.
Details of another secret trade deal have been leaked. This time it's on the Atlantic side. Yet again we see corporations dominating the process, working to get governments out of their way.
Ruh Roh! Turns out even WalMart doesn't want their "brand" tarnished with Trump.
How many times have we heard corporate-funded conservatives and "centrists" whine about "deficits" and demand budget cuts? What if you knew these corporations owed $620 billion in taxes?
Hey corporate America, here's why you should be taking better care of your work force instead of racing to the bottom.
CNN, Fareed Zakaria GPS, Aug. 23, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/08/mit-business-professor-happy-well-paid
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