Economic liberals like Warren, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and economist Joseph Stiglitz believe inequality is structural, the result of rules and policies that benefit those at the top.
Unless it's accompanied by some redistributive measures, the call for "opportunity" is likely to become little more than a feel-good mantra that allows this political paralysis to continue.
Someone finally asked chickenhawk Dan Senor the question he and all of his ilk should be asked every single time any one of these warmongers who were so wrong about invading Iraq are allowed on our airways.
Real Time with Bill Maher, Overtime, May 1, 2015.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist warns about the effects of the TPP on prescription drug prices.
Just some stuff I thought was interesting!
After campaigning for months on the long ago debunked slander that President Obama "made the economy worse," Mitt Romney is now promising voters a "big change" over the next four years. President Romney's change would be big, all right, just
It's the strangest thing, to listen to two intelligent progressives talk about the economy without using talking points or jargon, isn't it? Since Krugman has a new book ("End This Depression Now!"), he's out making the rounds on all the talk
From Democracy Now -- Nobel Economist Joseph Stiglitz: Assault on Social Spending, Pro-Rich Tax Cuts Turning U.S. into Nation "Of the 1 Percent, by the 1 Percent, for the 1 Percent": This week Republicans unveiled a budget proposal for 2012
Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed that America's top economists are running around with their hair on fire? (Or whatever passes for it with economists.) Nobel Prize winner Joe Stiglitz in Vanity Fair sounds the alarm about growing
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