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text 2008 Redux? - by Stephen Lendman
economy
Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 1:14PM
text WSJ Columnist Mary O'Grady: US Imperial Tool - by Stephen Lendman
WSJ
Posted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 3:15AM
text Escalating Political Violence in South Africa - by Richard Pithouse
An article from the mainstream press in South Africa showing just how bad political violence in the form of assassinations, police killings and violence by the ruling party has become.
Posted: Sun Oct 12, 2014 1:56AM
text Crowning the Dragon: World's Top Economy - by Stephen Lendman
China
Posted: Thu Oct 9, 2014 5:28AM
text Obama's Economy - by Stephen Lendman
class war
Posted: Tue Oct 7, 2014 6:09AM
text Strengthening Sino-Russian Ties - by Stephen Lendman
business and finance
Posted: Sun Oct 5, 2014 10:16AM
text Argentina's Christina Fernandez de Kirchner's UN Address - by Stephen Lendman
predatory capitalism
Posted: Fri Oct 3, 2014 3:54AM
text “I Against I:” The Oppressed Against the Oppressed - by Seana Sperling
Minorities are being manipulated to go after other minorities.
Posted: Thu Oct 2, 2014 7:26AM
text Defend democratic control at the Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union - by Jesse D. Palmer
The struggle over control of the board of directors of the Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union in Berkeley is continuing.
Posted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 12:08AM
text Argentina Faces US Contempt Hearing - by james
US Federal Judge Thomas Griesa scheduled Argentina to appear for a contempt hearing on Monday, September 29. At issue is Argentina's failure to follow a court order to only continue to pay the 92% of bondholders who restructured after the country's 2001 default if Argentina pays a group of hold-out hedge funds. Argentina organized payment to restructured bondholders via an Argentine bank to avoid paying the hedge funds. The hedge funds, popularly known as "vulture funds," are asking the judge...
Posted: Fri Sep 26, 2014 8:27AM
text Why a Global Wealth Tax Reduces Inequality - by Thomas Piketty and Hagen Kramer
The distribution of incomes and assets is one of the most controversial themes today. History teaches us that economic forces press in different directions - either to more equality or away from equality. Which will prevail depends on what political decisions we make. The US was understood as the antithesis to the patrimonial societies of old Europe. Up to the First World War, the concentration of assets in the hands of the rich in the US was less extreme than in Europe. In the 20th centu...
Posted: Thu Sep 25, 2014 5:57AM
text OPD is going to `steal everything' - by 2-feather
Law enforcement continues its campaign of harassment against Occupy2Decolonize and Indigenous elder Zachary Runningwolf
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:24AM
text Karl Polanyi - Still Actual 50 Years After His Death - by Claus Thomasberger
Karl Polanyi was the author of "The Great Transformation." As in Polanyi's times, the absurdity of the market utopia must be made clear and confronted with social reality. Freedom and democracy are goals to defend, not markets. "Embedding the economy in society" has long been part of socioeconomic discourse. The disaster of the 20th century must be understood as a crisis of modern civilization, not as an economic crisis.
Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 6:41AM
text MSM War on VEnezuela - by Stephen Lendman
Venezuela
Posted: Sun Sep 21, 2014 7:12AM
text OECD Takes Strong Stance on Corporate Tax Avoidance - by James Griffin
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released a major proposal for curbing corporate tax avoidance yesterday. The OECD recommends international cooperation to prevent large corporations from avoiding taxes in the countries where they do business. The OECD plan comes amidst increased calls to crack down on corporate tax avoidance.
Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2014 7:14AM
text UN Votes for Process to Enact Bankruptcy Treaty and Stop Vulture Funds - by james
The UN General Assembly passed a historic resolution to begin treaty negotiations to enact a global bankruptcy process and stop predatory hedge funds. The resolution passed by a super-majority vote of 124-11 with 41 abstentions. The US voted no along with 10 other countries. The bankruptcy process could make it more difficult for hold-out investors to block countries from debt restructuring and could limit future defaults.
Posted: Tue Sep 9, 2014 1:58PM
text EMERGENCY ALERT: Raid on Occupy2Decolonize site scheduled for Tuesday morning - by 2-feathers
CalTrans posts notices of intent to raid the Occupy2Decolonize site on Tuesday, Sept. 9th
Posted: Mon Sep 8, 2014 1:58AM
text A Second Examination of Skinwalkers & 'Skinwalkers Moon' by Randee Redwillow - by Mike Raccoon Eyes Kinney
A SECOND EXAMINATION OF SKINWALKERS & 'SKINWALKERS MOON' BY RANDEE REDWILLOW
Posted: Fri Sep 5, 2014 1:26AM
text Anti-Russian Sanctions Wars Continue - by Stephen Lendman
Russia
Posted: Thu Sep 4, 2014 2:39PM
text UN Treaty Could Enact Global Bankruptcy Process and Stop Predatory Funds - by James Griffin
The UN General Assembly votes Tuesday on a convention that could enact a global bankruptcy process and stop predatory hedge funds. Bolivia proposed the resolution that if voted upon is expected to pass by a majority.
Posted: Thu Sep 4, 2014 11:04AM

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