Jim Hightower, Ryan Alexander, William A. Collins, and I question the wisdom of the growing new wave of U.S. military intervention in the Middle East.
The FCC now has presidential backing — and a strong public mandate — to protect the open Internet.
The military is trying to use war funds to pay for items that have nothing to do with the fighting overseas.
Not everyone in Europe recalls the collapse of the Berlin Wall fondly — or at all.
Many corporations are paying their CEOs more than they pay the Treasury.
Drug-testing for food stamps wastes taxpayer money and stigmatizes economic hardship.
No matter how pointless these wars prove, America’s military-industrial complex makes a killing.
A truth-telling general admits that Washington got it wrong in Iraq and Afghanistan.
If you behave, the military-industrial complex will take you for a walk.
America's overworked upper-one-percenters are stressed out.