Saturday, November 27, 2021

Meet the “People’s Action 22”: Candidates Fighting For All Of Us

They will work to make sure our democracy is power for those who don’t have it – to hold accountable those who use their power only to maximize their profits.

The Caribbean: Towards Sustainable UN Development Goals?

The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offer an exclusive prospect to address social, economic, and environmental openings in the Caribbean.

Former House Speaker Pleads Guilty to Concealing Blackmail Payments

Former House Speaker, Dennis Hastert plead guilty on Wednesday to concealing $1.7 million in blackmail payments. In exchange for his guilty plea, federal prosecutors agreed to drop the second count—making false statements to the FBI.

Bernie opposes exorbitant defense spending bill

“Isn’t it strange how even as we end the longest war in our nation’s history concerns about the deficit and national debt seem to melt away under the influence of the powerful Military Industrial Complex?”

The Freedom to Vote Act is no ‘compromise.’ pass it now.

The effort to roll back voting rights is unconscionable, and the federal government has a duty to act — now, before the next election.

The greater the disaster, the greater the profits

The border-industrial complex in the post-Trump era...

How Inequality Found a Political Voice

A large, newly influential constituency should be welcomed. But it cannot be a substitute for wise leadership, and its existence does not guarantee prudent policies.

Why so much wealth at the top threatens the US economy

Until the structural imbalance is remedied, the American economy will remain perilously fragile.

Coal Dust Responsible for Thousands of Deaths in the E.U.

Not only does burning coal cost companies and governments billions of pounds in disease treatment and lost working days, but it is proven to be the cause of thousands of deaths.

Women in Congress push back against misogyny

“We have every right to do our jobs and represent our communities without fearing for our safety.”