Robert Reich: Every time you hear anyone say we’re “broke” or “can’t afford to spend more,” tell them we’ll be in worse shape if we don’t. If the economy remains dead in the water, the ratio of public debt to GDP balloons.
Sylvia Moore: As if the Supreme Court’s enthusiastic approval of oligarchy wasn’t enough, we’re facing another one of the biggest threats to free speech and democracy – corporate control of the Web.
Marian Wang: At stake is the principle of net neutrality — the idea that Internet service providers must treat all traffic equally, and not privilege certain content by giving it more, or less, bandwidth — a principle that the FCC has been more aggressive about implementing under the Obama administration.
Glenda Hooker, an extraordinary doll artist, has exhibited her collection of miniature vignettes depicting major civil rights victories, events and significant icons in African American History for over 30 years. Her traveling museum has been on display in venues from Southern California to Birmingham, England. For more than 30 years Ms. Hooker’s pieces have been seen […]