Rights and Democracy
Shocking as this sounds, the U.S. government is — by its own admission — willing to murder up to 1,600 Americans a year to enrich a few coal billionaires.
Trump gets some encouragement from a trusted adviser.
Turning schools into prisons means sending kids to real-life prisons. There are better ways to keep students safe.
The White House war on the Endangered Species Act is putting iconic species at risk — all to please fossil fuel companies.
Very few businesses have raised wages thanks to corporate tax cuts, but executives and lawmakers are buying new yachts.
The media treated Trump’s petty snub of John McCain as a bigger controversy than the $717 billion Pentagon bill named for the Arizona senator.
There was no collusion. If there was, it’s not a crime. If it’s a crime, we can pardon ourselves. Also, there was no collusion.
Five banks control half of all U.S. financial assets, and six conglomerates control 90 percent of our media.
I fear a return to a time when our rights were considered secondary, if at all.
CEOs often make hundreds of times what their workers take home, and just got a huge tax break too. They’re still demanding more.