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Trump abandons campaign promise to penalize outsourcing, offers tax breaks instead

Donald Trump is offering sweet incentives to stop Carrier from outsourcing jobs. Bernie Sanders is promising strict penalties.

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back for the Feds on Private Prisons

The Department of Homeland Security looks to reopen facilities the Justice Department will no longer contract with.

Growing Dissent: The Coming Year Of Protest

From human rights to existential threats like global warming and the loss of bio-diversity, as well kitchen table issues like income inequality and food security, progressive forces are aligning on the right side of history as they oppose both the global elite and the populist provincialism of far-right groups.

The Economic Tsunami Gathering Momentum Off the Shores of America

Our government is a dysfunctional, corporate-ruled mess with a massive debt that has gotten out of control. “A massive tsunami, a mega-powerful financial tidal wave, is growing in intensity off the shores of America” and only we can stop the chaos that seems inevitable.

The Pentagon’s Progress

Will American “successes” lead to more Iraqi military failures?

‘We are still in’: U.S. leaders reaffirm commitment to Paris Agreement

“U.S. leadership on climate change doesn't begin or end in Washington.”

Donald Trump And The Rage of an Unprivileged Class, Pt. 1

What will happen if Trump loses to Hillary Clinton, or doesn’t even make it to election day?

Three Times When the World Broke Open – and Two When It Might Again

Never before has humanity depended so fully for the survival of us all on a social movement being willing to bet on impracticality.

Koch brothers’ operatives fill top White House positions, ethics forms reveal

The Koch brothers have much to celebrate with Trump in the White House.

Why the white working class rebelled: Neoliberalism is killing them (literally)

The rage of these workers accounted for the unpredictability of the 2016 election, since they voted in very large numbers for Donald Trump.