Tuesday, November 12, 2019

The Iraq War was a huge ethical leap backwards

From the Big Lie to torture and sectarian violence, the U.S. and the Middle East are still paying the price for our moral perversions in Iraq.

Can a war of words become a world of war?

Andrew Bacevich and Bill Moyers talk Trump and Kim Jong Un.

Rev. William Barber: Tear gassing Central American migrants is inhumane, unconstitutional, immoral

"This is white nationalism being played out in public policy. This is racism being played out in public policy. This is also inhumane."

As Obama Hosts Peña Nieto, Explosive Report Ties Mexican Federal Police to Students' Disappearance

An explosive new report directly contradicts the Mexican government's relationship to the disappearance of 43 students in Guerrero. The case has ignited protests across Mexico and around the world.

Victim Blaming the Planet

A federal judge gets it wrong on the oil pipeline through the Dakotas.

“It is time to send a message to corporate America”: Here’s Sanders plan to...

"At a time of massive income and wealth inequality, the American people are demanding that large, profitable corporations pay their fair share of taxes."

Jobs Report: Unfinished Business As Unemployment Falls Below 5 Percent

The biggest mistake policymakers in Washington could make right now is to assume that what we're seeing right now resembles actual "full employment."

What happened to all those foreclosed houses?

Wall Street bought them – and is now leasing them out and driving up rents.

Six Responses to Bernie Skeptics

Is Bernie Sanders too old? Would he beat Trump in a general election? Robert Reich discusses these issues and other concerns regarding Bernie Sanders for president.