Economy and Business
Seems like the GOP is cheering on the bull?
Citizen-led initiatives scored big wins in the midterms. But now this form of direct democracy is under attack.
The right’s decades-old strategy to divide voters has taken a dangerous turn. What can bring us back together?
Trickle down economics has never worked, but the GOP is trying to force it on voters anyway.
Who slimmed down your local paper, diluted it with filler, and then doubled the price? Profiteers who don’t care about the news.
Months on, many parents are still reeling from back to school expenses — especially since the Child Tax Credit expired.
More than half of all daily papers in America are in the grip of just 10 syndicates, most of which don’t care about journalism.
If cutting corporate tax rates and making billionaires wealthier actually fixed inflation, it would have been fixed ages ago.
“A little bit of inflation is always good in our business,” said Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen.
To protect working families, policymakers should directly address the problem of corporate price gouging.