Josh worked previously as a Legislative Aide for U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the longest serving independent in Congressional history, both in his office in Washington, DC and on his successful 2012 re-election campaign. Josh is excited to work in the IPS New England office and enjoys frequent trips to the ocean and the mountains.
Dozens of Worker Deaths and Six Years Later, Coal Exec Sentenced to Just One Year in Prison
It’s not often that corporate executives are forced to take the perp walk, but does a misdemeanor charge bring justice to the 29 killed in the explosion at Upper Big Branch Mine?
Rare Wins for Tax Fairness Spark New Life Into the Movement
Congress can only ignore the blatantly dishonest practice of offshore tax evasion for so long.
TurboTax is Lobbying to Make Filing Your Taxes More Difficult
A call to boycott the tax preparation companies spending millions making sure the tax code is overly complex.
The Treasury Department Could Help Block Offshore Tax Havens
Big Pharma company Pfizer is currently evading $40 billion in tax obligations and trying to make that permanent through a tax-dodging marriage with Irish firm Allergen.
Kasich is No Moderate on Inequality
Kasich tries to present himself as the moderate anti-Trump, but his time as governor has been marked by regressive tax reform that helps the rich and hurts the rest.
What Happens When the Rich and Poor Literally Stop Seeing Each Other?
As our cities become more segregated by income, cross-class empathy becomes less likely, and the cycle continues, making us more unequal.
Looking Beyond The Election
Three visionary thinkers offer their ideas for a more just and equitable economic future.
Game Changers: How We Can Unrig the Rules and Reverse Runaway Inequality
Eight bold solutions, rooted in social movements, that can break through our broken political system.
Zuckerberg on Track for Trillionaire?
The Facebook founder saw his wealth ranking jump while others sink. At his age, he appears to be the most likely candidate for the world’s first trillionaire.
The Housing Crisis Unfolding in America’s Destination Towns
People with working-class jobs in U.S. beach towns and ski resorts are getting pushed away by exorbitant housing costs.
The Latest on the Racial Wealth Gap
New analysis shines spotlight on the growing racial disparity in wealth with up-to-date figures and cutting edge public policy solutions.
How Will the Candidates Tax the Rich?
Bernie and Hillary have each laid out detailed plans to reduce inequality through reforming the tax code. Here’s where they stand.
Obama’s Take On Inequality
The president shifts focus to the next administration to solve inequality.
Affluenza: An Outrage in All Its Forms
The tax treatment of the ultra wealthy might be the biggest scandal of all
Cash Rules Everything Around Martin
Pharma Bro’s one-of-a-kind album purchase exemplifies how the ultra rich are polluting our culture.
Billionaire Bonanza: The Forbes 400 and the Rest of Us
Wealthiest 20 people own more wealth than half the American population
Gawdy Not Godly: The Forbes 400
New study shows striking divide between nation’s wealthiest and the rest of us. – See more at: http://inequality.org/gawdy-not-godly/#sthash.rco9IjAr.dpuf
Is Denmark’s Democratic Socialism a Realistic Model for the U.S.?
Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid is putting Denmark on the map.
Who stands to benefit the most from Carl Icahn’s new super-PAC? Carl Icahn.
Billionaire Carl Icahn launches a super-PAC with aims to cut taxes for corporations and increase his own influence in Washington.
Seven Substantive Issues That Divide the Democratic Candidates
In a field defined more by conformity than contradiction, here’s where the candidates split.