Category: Economy

In this era of antagonism the attacks on us are relentless

July 2015

Wages can consist of your paycheck, your profit sharing check and the cost of medical insurance for you and the family. They can also consist of the medical …

“Im not ready to give up! A victory for homeless rights

June 2015

What we have here is an occupation, a fight for the commons, a fight for homeless rights. We have a literature table, we have a free box, we have …

Nationalize healthcare for all

June 2015

You have to be rich to get good healthcare in America. One in three Americans say they have trouble paying medical bills. Even the relatively …

Housing is a cure for homelessness

June 2015

In a movie to be released this September, “99 Homes,” real estate shark Rick Carver relays this message to an evicted suburban homeowner: “America …

How to deal with criminal corporations

June 2015

In 2010, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) destroyed part of San Bruno, CA, when a main gas line exploded. Since then, weekly …

Police killing of teen ruled lawful

June 2015

Protests broke out after the Madison, WI, district attorney ruled that the killing of 19-yearold Tony Robinson was a lawful use of deadly …

No Jobs, No Water: How much longer do we have to live like this?

June 2015

Baltimore City, whose police are under Federal investigation for outrageous cruelty, started shutting off water to 150 families a day. …

Growing homelessness demands planned economy

June 2015

The fact that there is such a thing as homelessness in America is a shameful national crime. Every winter, countless homeless people die from exposure to the cold. While the homeless starve, 21 cities in America now have laws making …

Why we need to end
‘corporate personhood’

July 2013

The need for the constitutional amendment against ‘corporate personhood’ advocated by Move to Amend was demonstrated clearly by a recent vote in the U.S. Senate. On the eve of the late-May …

July 4th: Break with the parties of corporate America

July 2013

On July 4, 1776, during the American Revolution, the Second Continental Congress of the Thirteen Colonies approved the Declaration of Independence. While we are no longer the subjects of the British Empire, we are now the subjects of the corporations. …