The end of the war in Afghanistan resulted not in a budget decrease, but more increases. Then Congress cut Build Back Better in half.
We’ve identified more than $300 billion in annual military savings alone that we could better invest in priorities like Medicare for All.
By making drugs ever more valuable, increasingly punitive prohibition policies have only amplified the motivational feedback loop of the very people lawmakers are trying to stop.
There’s a subset of think tanks like IPS that don’t solicit contributions from governments and large corporations.
IPS co-founder Marc Raskin responds to a New York Times piece on U.S. think tanks accepting government funding.
Responding to the New York Times’ article “The Third Intifada is Inevitable,” Phyllis focuses on the potential power of the Boycotts, Sanctions, and Divestment (BDS) movement.