In honor of Tax Day, we incorporated corporate tax dodging into a boner ad parody.
American Family Voices Parody of The Hunger Games trailer.
During Freedom Summer, progressive activists asked, "Are you willing to die for freedom?" Fifty years later, they still face immense opposition to carry on the torch of the civil rights movement.
Barack Obama joined Elizabeth Warren this week in calling for new measure to help struggling students.
American Family Voices releases a new Aggressive Progressive today, featuring the Reverend William Barber of North Carolina's Moral Monday movement.
American Family Voices releases "Lament of the Plutocats, Part Deux," the second in a series featuring finance fat cats making out of touch remarks on income disparity.
"In 2017, conservative legislators swept into power and eliminated personal income taxes..." Taxes: love 'em or hate 'em - but while you're paying income tax, many of the biggest corporations aren't paying any at all.
She has always been willing to push for what is right no matter how powerful the lobbyists on the other side are. And it was fitting that the event we did with her was in a church, because the politics she preaches are deeply moral - the politics not of right and left, but of right and wrong.
This parody of Rihanna’s video “Diamonds,” tells the story of Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan Chase, and their selfish financial crimes.
The thing that makes me angriest of all this week where we are all wanting to give thanks for the good things we have is that because of the greed and power of the corporations and politicians I mentioned above, so many people this Thanksgiving are living on the edge. The middle class in this country is no longer just being squeezed- it is being crushed. And the poor are indeed getting poorer while the rich are certainly getting richer. For no good reason, for no reason at all except for greed and corrupt power, way too many people have been bankrupted by out-of-control health care costs; way too many people got foreclosed on through no fault of their own when the housing market collapsed around them and sent their mortgages deep underwater; way too many people can only find dead-end low wage jobs; way too many parents have no means to make sure their kids get enough to eat. For all that I am thankful of the many blessings I have been given, and I truly am, my Thanksgiving holiday attitude comes with an edge this year- an edginess that knows that too many of my fellow citizens are living way too much on the edge themselves.
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