These corporations are footing the bill for ALEC's latest round of parties and secret meetings in San DIego, California.
Looks a lot like the old Progressive Movement, n'est-ce pas?
Burger King is still preparing to abandon the U.S. as its home country. How does a burger company get flipped like this and who gets rich when it happens?
Last Week Tonight, Sept. 14, 2014. Host John Oliver explains why Twitter conversations and corporations don't mix and introduces a new hashtag for them to use which they can't screw up by adding anything to it, because it's exactly 140 characters long.
Corporate tax rates used to top out at 52.8 percent. They are now 35 percent. Now they want rates lowered even more. But are corporate tax rates really "uncompetitive?"
The country needs jobs. The country needs to fix its crumbling infrastructure. The country doesn't need more corporate tax breaks. Guess which of these three the House is passing – unfortunately with help from many Democrats.
Ellison: "On the 50th anniversary of the war on poverty, we should be making war on poverty, not having a war, on the war on poverty."
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Chris Hayes looks at corporations’ first amendment rights with Pete Williams, Tim Carney, and Sandra Fluke.
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