When the actual text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is public, we can read, analyze and discuss what has been agreed to in our name.
Our enormous, humongous trade deficit is a measure of how many jobs, factories, companies and industries we are losing to our pro-Wall Street trade policies.
If people understood the trade deficit and the harm it does, they would demand that our politicians do something to fix it.
Hundreds of trade, labor, environmental, health, anti-GMO and food justice, anti-fracking, animal and other activists still showed up to protest the secret trade agreement.
Research concludes that if you're making less than $87,000 per year (the current 90th percentile wage), the Trans-Pacific Partnership would mean a pay cut. But that's fine for corporations who want this treaty.
The TPP process is set up to lead to a certain kind of agreement that favors corporate interests against the interests of most of us. Groups representing non-corporate stakeholders were kept out of the process.
Sen. Warren criticizes the secrecy surrounding the odious Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is being negotiated in secret between more than 12 countries around the Pacific region. Watch the video and find out why it's the biggest threat to the Internet you've probably never heard of.