Saturday, December 4, 2021

Tag: consumers

Discontent by design: The lost world of The West

The Culture of Pleasure sits tightly within and feeds the pervasive Ideology of Consumerism, a socio-economic model that has poisoned the environment and led to the commodification of everything, and everyone.

Dollars for decency

Unlike politicians who only have to survive elections every few years, corporations have to keep their consumers content all the time.

No justice for consumers in Equifax probe?

Equifax continues to be under investigation from the Federal Trade Commission and faces more than 240 class action lawsuits.

Consumers Lose, Wall Street Wins, in Right-Wing Court Ruling

The battles to rein in Wall Street fraud and resist the right-wing assault on an independent judiciary are far from over.

The Rise of the Food eVangelist

Highly opinionated consumers account for a growing percentage of the global market.

Debt Buyers Bury Hard-Hit Consumers in Lies

Millions of Americans have been hit hard and now find themselves swimming in consumer debt. A new scam has 1 in 7 struggling adults in the U.S. under pursuit by debt collectors. These predator corporations are ending any hope of recovery.

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“Only the people can save the people!” Xiomora Castro’s presidential win in Honduras

“I believe firmly that the democratic socialism I propose is the solution to pull Honduras out of the abyss we have been buried in by neo-liberalism, a narco-dictator and corruption.”

Countdown to World War III?

It may arrive sooner than you think...

200+ groups to Democrats in Congress: No holiday recess until you pass voting rights

“Our democracy is under attack across the country, and Senate Democrats must do whatever it takes—right now—to get these critical voting rights bills signed into law.”

If Roe v. Wade goes away, so will easy re-elections for right-wing Republicans and...

Future campaigns will be about women’s rights, not saving or overturning a court ruling.

New report: Cost of renewable energies may be less than previously thought

A new report found that predicted costs for renewables have likely been overestimated "falling short of early pricing model predictions again and again."