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How privatization cuts us in two, while public institutions make us a better people

More profits for the privatizers, more health concerns and expense and disdain for the public. 

Why we must raise taxes on corporations and the wealthy, not lower them

That’s what rational politicians would do if they weren’t in the pockets of big corporations and the wealthy. 

Bernie Sanders and colleagues call on Trump to end offshoring

Sanders is urging the president to issue an executive order preventing federal contractors from sending jobs overseas for cheaper labor.

How to reverse inequality in 4 not-so-easy steps

Don’t get distracted by income, author Chuck Collins says. It’s power and hidden wealth driving inequality.

Janet Yellen and the Fed: Progressives should pay attention

This should be the basis for unseating Trump, not the sabotage of the economy.

It’s more than a church parking lot. It’s a safe zone for homeless women...

Some say safe-parking programs aren’t a solution to homelessness. But these women and families are grateful this church has one.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches investigation into Equifax breach

Warren's new bill will give consumers more control over their own personal data and prohibit companies like Equifax from charging consumers for freezing and unfreezing access to their credit files.

The 3 Americans who should pay for Medicare-for-All

Will the super-rich support American health?

How could tax reforms impact charities and nonprofits?

With a higher standard deduction for most taxpayers, the average U.S. citizen might see some benefit from President Trump’s new tax plan.

The growing danger of dynastic wealth

The estate and capital gains taxes were originally designed to prevent the growth of large dynasties in the U.S. and to reduce inequality.