If Howard Zinn were alive today, he’d be writing a new chapter right now.
When the Great Depression hit, Congress lacked any tools with which to accurately measure just how the economy as a whole was faring.
The chamber helps the “built-to-loot” companies.
Left-leaning Institute for Policy Studies and right-leaning Heritage Foundation release the same report findings on the same day: Corporations that claimed tax holidays in 2004 pocketed the cash and downsized workers.
Back from sabbatical, our director reflects on the challenged of the day and how the Obama administration can face them.
To protect their water supply, Salvadorans are trying to ban corporate gold mining – and facing threats and violence as a result.
Securing our future means looking for real solutions to our economic woes, not looking to Wall Street.
America has plenty of cash, but it’s in the wrong pockets.
The most powerful master is the one who rules unseen and unmentioned.
The story of a community’s effort to ban gold mining in El Salvador involves environmental martyrs, powerful economic interests, and a DC-based tribunal that can trump democracy.