Tuesday, August 20, 2019

How ‘Janus’ will boost income inequality in America

The U.S. Supreme Court has totally ignored that union warning with its Janus decision.

Trump and Trade: At Least Partially Right

Prominent figures in politics and the media are now using the association with Trump to discredit critics of US trade policy, but this cannot be an excuse to prevent this important debate.

Who’s Winning This Escalating Geopolitical Struggle Between the U.S. and Russia?

Russia and the U.S. have always been confrontational with one another, but lately the relationship has been very dangerous. These two powerful nations need to find a way to coexist.

Ralph Nader on Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Bid and His Unanswered Letters to the White...

Ralph Nader, author of the new book, "Return to Sender: Unanswered Letters to the President, 2001-2015," discusses Bernie Sanders' plan to run for the Democratic nomination despite being a long-standing Independent in Congress. Does he stand a chance?

Elections don’t make Israel a democracy

Let’s not forget that the right to vote is only granted to 60% of the total population and only one third of Palestinians who live under Israeli rule.

Study linking US sanctions to Venezuelan deaths buried by Reuters for over a month

Western media outlets are perfectly willing to ignore their own reporting when it suits powerful interests.

#WalkOutToVote: Harnessing demand for change, youth-led alliance set to bring power to polls

The youth-led Future Coalition has organized hundreds of walkouts at high schools and colleges across the nation for Nov. 6 to make sure young people get to the polls in record numbers.

Four Numbers that Show the Beating Down of Middle America

Numbers reveal the dramatic fall of the middle class over the past 35 years. But Congress has little need for numbers, except for their own needs, and the super-rich just keep building up their own numbers—it's time for a redistribution of our national wealth.

Crisis

I wonder. What are the American people made of? Time will tell. 

Candidates backing Medicare For All come out victorious in primaries

Candidates supporting Medicare For All are beating their party-backed opponents in both red and blues states.