Friday, June 25, 2021

New Analysis reveals how little the top .001% pay in taxes

“Looks like the biggest tax story of the year, if not the decade.”

Water protectors join together in march to halt Line 3 pipeline

“Find your bravery, find your community, find your truth. Stand with us and Stop Line 3.”

IRS agent pleads guilty to identity theft and fraud

“TIGTA aggressively investigates Internal Revenue Service employees who violate the public’s trust.”

Florida cop charged with DUI in marked patrol car

“We are emergency suspending him."

Missouri police officer pleads guilty after killing 4-year-old girl

Columbia Police Officer Andria Heese was traveling at approximately 14mph when 4-year-old Gabriella Curry entered her blind spot and was fatally struck by the vehicle.

11 Texas jailers fired after causing inmate’s death

“The treatment of Jaquaree Simmons was both inhumane and unconstitutional.”

Colombia’s protests and the coming revolt against authoritarian neoliberalism

It leaves one wondering whether the Andean country is becoming more like its most important ally as many in the western press insist, or if the politics of the United States and its allies are becoming more like those of Colombia.

3 Tacoma cops charged with killing innocent man

Pierce County Medical Examiner Dr. Thomas Clark determined Ellis’s death to be a homicide caused by hypoxia due to physical restraint.

Like Biden’s bold moves on government spending? Thank social movements.

In spite of the rising popularity of concepts such as the “Overton Window,” the importance of grassroots organizing is still being underestimated.

9 New York corrections officers and employees charged with smuggling drugs and razors

“We shouldn’t have to remind public servants that accepting bribes while conducting illegal activity could constitute a federal crime, but when necessary, that’s exactly what we’ll do.”