30 Apr 2015

Class Warfare in Baltimore

The corporate media routinely admonishes violent protests, even as it ignores the undisputed historic role excessive politically-motivated behavior has been in causing fundamental political-economic change. Media coverage of the events unfolding in Baltimore connected with the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man , carry a familiar theme: protestors gather to demonstrate their

14 Apr 2015

Meet the Corporate Tax Evaders

Corporate tax evasion reaches a new pinnacle. America’s largest corporations hold themselves out as the paragon of citizenship and patriotism, yet when it comes to doing their biggest civil duty–paying taxes–too many of the nation’s largest corporations are traitors and deserters. Now, it looks like the U.S. Department of Homeland

10 Apr 2015

What Would Adam Smith Say About Rand Paul’s Presidential Bid?

Libertarianism seems like a fresh alternative to the corporate Republican and Democratic parties, but this philosophy justifies greed, rampant individualism and isolationism. This is not a philosophy for a global economy. Yesterday’s announcement that Rand Paul would run for president as a Libertarian candidate was historic. Libertarians are a small,