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Obama’s Climate Initiative: the New Obamacare

| June 26, 2013

    Who Does He Think He’s Fooling? As with his sweeping health care legislation, the President’s long awaited climate initiative has winners and losers. With Obamacare, the big winners were the insurance/finance sector and the drug companies – the losers are doctors, nurses, hospitals and average Americans left reeling under skyrocketing insurance premiums. From […]

The Corporate Takeover of Higher Education

| March 2, 2013

This is Part I of a two part guest post by Dr Danny Weil. It’s a repost of an article Cornell University to Offer the “Hypodermic Needle Theory” of Education in an Attempt to Colonize Consciousness and Groom Future Elites originally published at Daily Censored Understanding history: The Powell Memo and the Growth of the […]

How Citizens United Kept the Koch Brothers Out of Jail

| November 2, 2012

If video won’t play go to Investigative reporter Greg Palast is on a speaking tour for his latest book Billionaires and Bandits: How to Steal and Election in 9 Easy Steps. Palast is best known for exposing the so-called “ex-felon” scrub list that deliberately disenfranchised tens of thousands of law abiding African Americans from […]

States Save Billions by Downsizing Prisons

| August 7, 2012

Carton credit California Political Review Owing to candidates tripping over each other to be tough on immigrants and crime, the crisis of massive prison overcrowding is an issue that receives scant attention in an election year. Although federal candidates, including Obama and Romney, seem totally indifferent to the prison crisis faced by many states, most […]

The Plot Thickens: ALEC and the IRS

| July 15, 2012

According to Brendan Fischer of PR Watch, Marcus Owens, former chief of the Internal Revenue’s non-profit division has just filed a complaint with the IRS that the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has violated the terms of its nonprofit status by lobbying on behalf of its corporate members. Owens is a nationally recognized expert on […]

150,000 Postal Workers to Lose Their Jobs

| May 31, 2012

May 15th marked the end of the 4 ½ month moratorium on post office closures. The Postmaster General was pressured to call the moratorium last December, following an outcry from Senate and state leaders. A week after the moratorium ended, the US Postal Service (USPS) finalized plans to lay off 150,000 postal workers over the […]

Tell ALEC Companies to Stand Down

| April 17, 2012

One for Our Side The one positive outcome of Trayvon Martin’s appalling murder, is the recent withdrawal of several well-known corporations from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Thus far the list of members that have terminated their membership includes Mars candy, Coca-Cola, Kraft, Pepsico, Wendy’s, McDonald’s and the Gates Foundation. ALEC is an ideologically […]

The Prison Industrial Complex – Part II

| November 6, 2010

As I stressed in my November 3rd blog, it’s no longer politics and fear of violent crime that are driving America’s phenomenal incarceration rate – now the highest in the world. Statistics show that violent and property crime has been declining steadily since 1990 and that nearly half (one million) US prisoners, many of whom […]