Some of the most affluent Americans actually pay lower effective tax rates than many middle class Americans.
Schools, housing, hospitals, roads aren’t a match for loopholes for the rich.
It’s time to reform our tax system — to quit rewarding obscene wealth, Wall Street gambling, and corporate polluters.
The recent growth of black-owned businesses continues the long history of African-American entrepreneurship in response to poverty, high unemployment, and discrimination.
Politicians need to hear from the public that this isn’t the time to cut middle-class jobs.
Governors Cuomo and Brown seem hell-bent on delivering a knockout blow to the mass middle class.
When we pull together to forge a new and equitable path, change is possible.
At many crucial moments in our past, small groups have played an essential role in incubating the seeds of great change.
Felice was a remarkable trainer and public speaker on issues of class, human liberation and economic justice.
General Motors executives could claim today that what’s good for their company is good for the country if they were talking about China.
Instead of stopping to render aid to the man he’d just hit, the money man sped away in his Mercedes Benz.
It could spell trouble for Social Security.
There’s only one small flaw with this whole system.
President Obama’s tax deal fails the moral test by worsening America’s inequality of wealth and power.