Vince Taylor: When one looks beyond the classical models, one sees clearly that those who have accumulated large fortunes did not in any sense earn them.
Paul Haeder: Too many people think the homeless are one type of individual. They are not.” That belief creates huge conflicts within social services agencies, non-profits, religious organizations, and for the homeless themselves.
Richard D. Wolff: From its ascending Thatcher-Reagan couple to its descending Trump-Johnson imitation, neoliberal capitalism replaced Keynesian capitalism. Private corporate capitalists funded effective campaigns to celebrate neo-liberalism.
Ellen Brown: While U.S. advocates and local politicians struggle to get their first public banks chartered, Mexico’s new president has begun construction on 2,700 branches of a government-owned bank to be completed in 2021
Richard D. Wolff: What do we mean when we talk about “socialism”? Here are ten things about its theory, practice, and potential that you need to know.
Rajan Menon: The United States certainly doesn’t lack the means to drive child poverty down or perhaps even eliminate it.
Richard D. Wolff: The same politicians who facilitate tax reductions for banks, big corporations, and the wealthiest individuals likewise then facilitate government borrowing money from them.
Nick James: Citigroup has become one of the most talked-about banks in the business which is why it’s surprising that the expectations were so low compared to the actual outcome.
Ellen Brown: The repo market is a fragile house of cards waiting for a strong wind to blow it down, propped up by misguided monetary policies that have forced central banks to underwrite its highly risky ventures.
A comparison of trading platforms on the market today shows an elaborate and dynamic industry.
Robert Reich: The truth is, American corporations are sacrificing workers and communities as never before, in order to further boost record profits and unprecedented CEO pay.
Alexandria Jacobson: Communities are using urban farming, integrated service chains and other new programs to feed and empower the 630,000 hungry people living in Illinois’ Cook County.
Reginald Black: Policy makers need to do more than just listen to the homeless community. They need to turn their ideas into action.