This 23rd annual report reveals how taxpayers are subsidizing financial crisis windfalls.
The platform shows the limits of party politics while corporate and military interests dominate both parties — and the necessity of social movements to challenge those limits.
The platform draft shows Democrats are willing to bite the hand that feeds them – but will they follow through?
Tax reform, Wall Street accountability, and the racial wealth divide are all acknowledged in this year’s agenda.
Advocates will continue to push for the tax on Wall Street that could raise billions in revenue over 10 years.
The only thing Koch’s new campaign is missing is the truth: we need policies aimed at redistributing wealth.
Working families are turning their anger at Wall Street into action.
A proposal to put more muscle into the firm’s approach to CEO pay failed, but some are declaring it a victory anyway.
For New York City AIDS activist Bobby Tolbert, drug profiteering and tax dodging by financial elites is a violation of basic American values.
BlackRock, the top money manager in the world, claims to want to link performance with executive compensation. But its actions tell a different story.
We can’t just tax billionaires’ paychecks. We should tax the wealth they’ve already amassed.
America’s wealth concentration has increased tenfold since Bill Clinton first ran for president.
CEOs who avoid taxes, squeeze their customers, and refuse to pay a fair wage can’t seem to understand why the rest of America is so upset.
Join IPS experts and allies in discussing transformative solutions to combat social and economic inequality.
Americans are used to paying sales taxes on basic goods and services, but when a Wall Street trader buys millions of dollars’ worth of stocks or derivatives, there’s no tax at all.