Tax avoidance by the wealthiest Americans is drying up our heartland communities and squelching opportunities for our young people.
Studying history can help us imagine ways to gain more control over our lives at work and at home.
The taxes we all pay should bankroll quality public services, not grand fortunes.
Since Congress is sitting on its hands, progress on reining in executive over-compensation is cropping up elsewhere.
State lawmakers are starting to say no to executive excess.
A young nation, ravaged by war, invented new ways of creating economic opportunities and protections--at least for one segment of its citizens.