Our world’s richest are increasingly monopolizing the smarts of our smartest.
Britain and the United States once competed for that honor. Times have changed.
If we take on our rich, we can recreate that success.
Taxpayers are subsidizing donors who retain control of their wealth instead of sharing it through philanthropy.
We will not let your wealth come at the expense of our children’s future.
Dismantling the IRS, whether by cutting its funding or abolishing it outright, is a gift to the ultra-wealthy for whom U.S. taxes are already becoming voluntary.
That bold a hike, our U.S. history suggests, can actually happen.
Voters approved proposals to tax the rich, build worker power, and make housing and education more affordable.
Politicians in the Sunshine State would rather keep taxes on the wealthy low than average families safe.
To end the tax games rich people play, we need more oomph than isolated officials can deliver.
A promising new national campaign is aiming to ‘TURN’ around a profoundly unequal USA.
Concerns about warehousing charity dollars and tax subsidies for wealthy donors and perpetual foundations transcend partisan divide.
The November ballot in Camden may include a proposal to require companies to report how many jobs they’re creating for residents of the low-income city.
Our tax loopholes let marginal and arbitrary differences in facts give rise to markedly different tax outcomes.
Vast fortunes rely on destroying our planet. Taxing those fortunes to fund climate action could give us a shot at survival.