All that remains to be asked is who was murdered (democracy?) and did he do it?
Neither Clinton nor Trump took on the role of corporate mega-donors this election.
As unions decline, construction workers are dying at alarming rates.
Diplomacy may take time and patience, but if policymakers would put as much faith into it as they do to the military solutions that we’ve seen fail time and again, we might see some progress in easing tensions in many of the world’s hotspots, including on the Korean Peninsula.
So tell me that he won’t be remembered for his absolute, if ignorant, dedication to the taking down of civilization.
The oligarchs and corporations, many of them proponents of political correctness, are our enemy.
Net neutrality defenders announce ‘epic final protest’ to demand Congress repeal FCC rollback before...
"Our best chance to save #NetNeutrality is by filing the CRA before December 10th."
Reclaim Chicago is a campaign to put people’s candidates up against incumbent city council members who’ve been "tail-wagging lapdogs for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s corporate rule." It's time a winning people’s movement makes a change in Chicago.
The 2016 presidential race should be referred to as the Money Primary—controlled not by voters, but by super-wealthy donors. And the results are already in!
Hatch’s tax plan is nothing more than another giveaway to his rich patrons.