Friday, July 1, 2022

Tag: corporate welfare

Sanders blasts Senate’s ‘strange priorities’ as it advances corporate welfare

"We can't extend the child tax credit to combat child poverty," said the Vermont senator. "But somehow, we can provide a massive amount of corporate welfare to a handful of corporations."

Coronavirus and the height of corporate welfare

We must stop bailing out corporations. It’s time we bail out people.

How Citizens United got us Trump

Why the past 10 years were the anti-democracy decade.

How corporate welfare hurts you

You often hear Trump and Republicans in Congress railing against so-called “welfare programs” – by which they mean programs that provide health...

The Go-to Guy for Corporate Moochers

Scott Walker is a proven budget whacker giving corporations the goldmine, while students get the shaft. So when a corporation wants public money, Walker is their go-to-guy.

VIDEO: Ten Ideas to Save the Economy #6: End Corporate Welfare...

While corporations aren’t people, they don't deserve handouts or our "hard-earned" dollars for no reason. No more crony capitalism—It's time we end corporate welfare for good.

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NATO and a war foretold

While the world determines how to hold Russia accountable for the horrors it is committing in Ukraine, the members of NATO should do some honest self-reflection.

“Where will the nuclear waste go?”

So, what should be done about nuclear waste?

California assemblyman kills fossil fuel divestment bill

The bill would have required the state’s two enormous public pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, but it was squashed by a Democrat who has taken money from oil and gas companies.

Organizers are reeling yet determined following Supreme Court’s dangerous expansion of gun rights

After celebrating the Senate’s gun control legislation, advocates are planning new actions in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on concealed carry.

China will decide the outcome of Russia v. the West

Is Putin the face of the future or the final gasp of the past?