The current climate change framework pits rich against poor, exploits indigenous peoples and benefits industries that are the biggest offenders.
The big-box company’s new glossy environmental report can’t hide that its fundamental problem is its business model.
Congress finally has a chance to have a sober discussion about how to responsibly reform the estate tax.
America’s most ostentatious war profiteer is no longer a free man.
Reflections on the fifth anniversary of the Congressional vote granting President Bush unprecedented war-making authority to invade Iraq.
The Bush administration is looking for signs of hope in Iraq. But it’s coming up against the reality of resistance.
Congress can scale back the imperial presidency by acting now on Iraq and signing statements.
Congress recently endorsed Israels annexation of greater East Jerusalem. This will make Israeli-Palestinian peace more difficult to achieve, enflame anti-Americanism in the region and undermine international law.
While Congress fiddles with legislation, Iraq burns. The price for this political theater, guest columnist Zia Mian writes, will be paid by Iraqis.
Democrats need to take an axe to the Bush Administration’s trade policies.
It’s crucial that we also advocate for an entirely new foreign policy based on opposition to the long U.S. drive toward empire.
The Democratic leadership doesn’t have the votes to override a veto but the Dems are reluctant to sign another blank check for the war.
President Bush believes in preventive war. On Iran, in particular, Rep. Peter DeFazio believes in preventing war.
UFPJ Talking Points #49: The peace movement must stay unified in the face of congressional waffling.
Congressman Ron Paul is a Republican from Texas, an advocate of limited government, and a critic of U.S. military interventions overseas.