The Progressive Caucus "Better Off Budget" sets the bar higher than any other economic plan when it comes to job creation. But we should push the limits of the policy debate even further.
How much sicker does the patient have to get before the doctors stop prescribing poison? Europe's Austerity Recession (or Depression) has now lasted longer than the last one.What can we learn from its misery?Ta;he answer seems to be: Nothing.
Exclusive Talk With Economist Richard Wolff: Sequester Cuts Inch Us Closer To An 'Explosion That Will Take People By Surprise'
Economist Dr. Richard Wolff warns of the encroaching economic tipping point, past which Americans will not be pushed and answers questions on the potential results of civil unrest. He also breaks down the latest in economic propaganda, details the immense power of the 1% to control the debate, and offers potential solutions to increase economic stability and personal freedom at the same time. Strap in!
"Obama Pulled A Hustle On The American People": Exclusive Interview With Outspoken Economist Richard Wolff (Part 1)
Here's some stuff you won't hear on Meet the Press: Correcting the spin of "Fix The Debt" shills, economist, professor, and author of "Capitalism Hits The Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It", Dr. Richard Wolff talks about the sequester.
Cameron and Osbourne Many of us have been blasting the politics of austerity because there has never been one fact to support it especially during an economic crisis, but England's grand poobah has been leading the austerity charge and hasn't
Matt Yglesias, Slate economics blogger. Well, you heard it last night: Both Joe Biden and President Obama, talking about their beloved Simpson-Bowles plan. (Austerity! Shared sacrifice!) But here comes economics blogger Matt Yglesias pointing out
We're forgoing our regular weekly candidate chat this week to talk about another the choice voters have to make in November-- the choice between Austerity and Prosperity. Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney and Co. have brought back Voodoo Economics under a
"Smokestack Lightnin'," with Hubert Sumlin backing Howlin' Wolf in 1964 This is the time of year when we're reminded of all the famous people who died over the last twelve months, a list which includes two of my favorite guitar players
Millions of employees in Great Britain mounted the first General Strike in many years today, after the country's coalition government threatened to impose more cuts in retirement benefits and pay for public workers. It was a smash success. As