Corporate ownership of media interferes with the core societal function of the press: reporting and investigating key issues at the intersection of public need and governance
PhRMA, which depends heavily on government patents and money for research and development, has teamed up with other health care interest groups to try to crush the movement for a single-payer system
Without monopolies, drugs are cheap to make, and there’s no incentive to lie about their benefits and harms
Every day, the news brings more stories of U.S.-China tensions. What led to the U.S.-China trade conflict? And what would a U.S. pro-worker policy toward China look like?
What can we do to stop America’s next horrific eruption of corporate greed?
Iran and Brazil Could Shore Them Up
Over the past 20 years, the United States lost 5 million manufacturing jobs and nearly 90,000 factories. Some went to China or Vietnam or India. But a lot went to Mexico
Trade Negotiators Served Corporate Interests
As we gear up for a war-type of mobilization to mitigate the climate crisis, a federal takeover of the oil, gas and coal industry should be on the table
The sleight of hand here is to make us forget that Trump’s “Environmental Protection” Agency refused to ban chlorpyrifos, a pesticide linked to brain damage in babies