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How Trump’s immigration crackdown threatens ‘Made in America’ dairy-industry miracle

Idaho farmers frustrated with far-right rhetoric, endless congressional fighting over undocumented Hispanic workers.

How could tax reforms impact charities and nonprofits?

With a higher standard deduction for most taxpayers, the average U.S. citizen might see some benefit from President Trump’s new tax plan.

In this Korean crisis, Trump’s bullying tactics aren’t working and never...

The more that Trump threatens North Korea the more paranoid its leaders become; and the more they intensify efforts to successfully develop a nuclear strike capability.

“Carpe diem politics”: How to do more than just resist

Today’s social justice movements must seize opportunities, mobilize quickly, and, finally, embrace a carnival spirit.

The dark side of the empire

Amerikans need to begin acting like Americans again, and say NO to empire and YES to saving our towns, cities and states from the predators who now run things.

Stephen Colbert and his amazing trip to Russia

Will Stephen Colbert Run For Presidency In 2020?

DACA sophistry: Trumpery at its worst

Another round of punitive disruption-for-disruption-sake Trumpism – except for the innocence of the targets. DACA children, brought into the only country they know, are now reduced to ideological bargaining chips to distract from endless failures. Trump populism? Little more than an unfeeling tyranny of the shrinking minority.

How bad could things get?

The late ‘60s and early ‘70s were crazy, but we’re looking wilder.

Why CEOs are turning on Trump

What’s been moving them to action is they don’t like the effects of the hatefulness on business.

Arkema Plant explosion sparks criticism of Trump EPA relaxing chemical safety...

The unprecedented rain and flooding from Harvey has sparked concerns about the risks of the Gulf Coast's massive petrochemical infrastructure.

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The 3 Americans who should pay for Medicare-for-All

Will the super-rich support American health?

Rohingya Genocide – Links to corporatism, geopolitics & wahhabism

Fake news corporate media uses atrocity propaganda to sell sensational stories, and politicians use faux outrage to bully Myanmar’s leaders.

The growing danger of dynastic wealth

The estate and capital gains taxes were originally designed to prevent the growth of large dynasties in the U.S. and to reduce inequality.

Experts say the use of private email by Trump’s voter fraud commission isn’t legal

Instructions have been lacking, says one commissioner – a sharp contrast with similar groups in the past.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches investigation into Equifax breach

Warren's new bill will give consumers more control over their own personal data and prohibit companies like Equifax from charging consumers for freezing and unfreezing access to their credit files.

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