Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Tag: corporate greed

New analysis shows Big Oil’s continued and future price gouging

Oil prices dipped below $80 a barrel for the first time since January 2022, but consumers are paying 13 percent higher than the last time oil was this low.

What’s behind inflation? Greedy corporate executives

Hocus Pocus—this is how the rich get richer and inequality “happens.”

Sanders’ hearing on corporate greed goes unnoticed by corporate media

"The Democratic leadership has to decide what they want most—votes or more corporate campaign money to further enrich their consultants who themselves are often conflicted due to their own business clients."

Sanders hails growing union movement as threat to ‘oligarchy and corporate...

"It is that growing trade union movement that makes me so very hopeful for the future of this country."

Supreme Court conservatives declare war against decades of regulations, potentially overturning...

What the nation witnessed on December 10, 2021, was a mere prelude to the corporate abuse SCOTUS conservatives would unleash on the average American.

The hidden link between corporate greed and inflation

Don’t fall for the fear mongering about inflation. The real culprit here is corporate power.

Government contracting: The next big battleground for a more equal America?

Our tax dollars don’t have to be feeding executive-suite greed and grasping.

Corporate owners are spoiling sports

Whatever the sport, the name of the game these days is the same: money.

Blame corporate greed for inflation

CEOs are taking every opportunity to further pad their own pockets. Here’s how to hold them accountable.

As executives hike prices, US corporations rake in biggest profits since...

"Corporations can get away with it because they have too much power in the economy."

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Ultimate rightwing transgression: the mockery of politics as a preposterous joke 

The Big Lie is "yoked to an older deception, without which it could not survive: the idea that American politics is a joke," attackable without consequences.

Tax the rich? We did that once

A little history might just inspire us to try that taxing again.

Does Elon Musk have a right to destroy Twitter?

Do we really think that the super-wealthy should be allowed to control so much wealth and wield so much influence?

Right-wing SCOTUS majority signals support for anti-LGBTQ+ reactionaries

"It does not bode well for the future of civil rights law that Gorsuch believes a state imposes 'reeducation training' on employers when it reminds them how to comply with nondiscrimination rules," said one court observer.

Puerto Rican cities sue fossil fuel companies in major class-action, climate fraud case

Municipalities aim to hold industry liable for damages from catastrophic 2017 hurricanes.