We're facing the prospect of a government literally of the Exxons, by the Goldman Sachses and for the Kochs.
Whichever party wins the White House in 2016 could find itself unable to make good on its vision and promises, reaping a whirlwind of difficulties instead.
Trump is going to leave the campaign with his brand, reputation and probably most of his business deals in tatters -- but with a mailing list of millions of white misogynist nationalists worshiping him and looking for him to lead them in a crusade.
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Former business journalist Barry Lynn is reviving a forgotten tradition.
Most of the criticism of our trade deals has focused on the very real problem of jobs and decent wages for American workers. But we hear curiously little about what, in the long run, would likely prove the worst thing about the Trans-Pacific Partnership: a provision that would seriously erode our national sovereignty.
When I was involved in electoral politics here in Virginia, I was advised by Democratic politicians to stay away from the
Perkins was recruited, he says, by the National Security Agency (NSA), but he worked for a private consulting company. His job as an undertrained, overpaid economist was to generate reports that justified lucrative contracts for U.S. corporations, while plunging vulnerable nations into debt.
The very ferocity and coordinated nature of the attacks on Sanders makes clear that the Democratic establishment views Sanders not merely as an annoyance, but as an existential threat. And he may be, at that.
4. And Davos is fun too! So now this is my question to Davos bashers. Is it a question of sour grapes? And when you are vocal