British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbin is starting a campaign against inequality that should be emulated by all (five, ten?) American politicians not controlled by big business. “One proposal is pay ratios between top and bottom, so that the rewards don’t just accrue to those at the top,” he said. “Of the G7 nations only … Continue reading British want to fight inequality – it’s worse here!
This is not a cartoon from a hate website. It is not from an Arab extremist group. It is not from a White supremacist handbook. It was just shown by Giulio Haas, the ambassador of Switzerland to Iran, at a conference promoting the terrorist state. That's right - Switzerland! Reuters reported that the cartoon appeared … Continue reading Hate Israel cartoon displayed by “neutral” nation’s ambassador on huge screen to promote business conference in Tehran
Billions for banks. Hardly a farthing for the families of Greece. The country continues to face impending feudalism to pacify a financial monarchy ruling Europe. Since 2010, Greece has received nearly $277 billion in bailout funds. Almost all of the money has gone to pay the country’s debts, cover credit default swaps, pay jacked up … Continue reading Greece bailouts are just to keep banks fat and happy, while families suffer from ten consecutive cuts to their livelihoods
Fareed Rafiq Zakaria is one of the top 25 most influential journalists, according to Forbes magazine, and as editor at Newsweek and host of a Sunday CNN talk-show, it's difficult to argue that selection. Another of the top journalists is Charlie Rose of PBS fame. And you can add Mort Zuckerman, owner of U.S. News … Continue reading Your Retirement, Obama, the IMF, Greece and the New Democrat Coalition