Tuesday, September 17, 2019

2016: When the Voting Starts

The posturing and meaningless polls are behind us.

Three Middle-Class-Killing Industries for 2016

The companies in the spotlight are specialists in the disdainful business practices that permeate their industries.

The Future of Food: 16 Most Exciting Stories for 2016

Here we have selected 16 stories that represent the most exciting food trends for 2016.

At Stake in 2016: Ending the Vicious Cycle of Wealth and Power

Regardless of who wins the presidency in November and which party dominates the next Congress, it is up to the rest of us to continue to organize and mobilize. Real reform will require many years of hard work from millions of us.

Why Small Debts Matter So Much To Black Lives

Due to the racial wealth gap, black families have far less in savings than whites. The consequences can be far-reaching and often severe.

During Paris Climate Summit, Obama Signed Exxon-, Koch-Backed Bill Expediting Pipeline Permits

The provision sets a specific timeline as to how long environmental reviews should take, setting the limit to just under half a year.

Tipping Point?

“Social contracts defining political relationships such as democracy are based on trust that the foundational definitions will hold over time and circumstances and for all members equally.”

Feds Created More Regulations in 2015 Than in Any Previous Year

We now live in a society that is ruled by so many laws, no single person can keep track of them all.

Bernie Sanders Raised $33 Million in Campaign Donations Last Quarter

Bernie Sanders was able to raise over $33 million for his campaign with only small donations from supporters.

Trump and the GOP: A Troubled Marriage Heading for the Rocks

Donald Trump and the GOP seem like an unlikely pair for the 2016 presidential race. We will have to stay tuned to see if they will end up working out together.