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Why Congress Thinks Voters Are Way More Conservative Than They Actually Are
Politicians think their constituents are right wing — because, in most cases, the only constituents they need to worry about are corporations.
It’s Normal for the U.S. to Put Corporate Profits Above Babies’ Health
Under Trump, America undermined global public health for the sake of enriching corporations. It did the same thing under Clinton and Obama.
Corporations Invested Their Tax Cuts Into Stock Buybacks That Didn’t Even Work
Instead of making capital investments or increasing wages, corporate America is plowing record sums into buying their own shares
at a high
We’re Getting a Taste of the Backlash Mass Deportation Would Create
Kids in cages at the border have aroused the conscience of the country and put the GOP in a bind. Mass deportation of the undocumented would be worse.
Trump Bids Good-bye to Gary Cohn — and Empirical Reality
The president’s worst impulses had been constrained by deference to the stock market and corporate America. Now, he’s thumbing his nose at both.
Amazon Should Not Be in Charge of Solving Our Health-Care Crisis
Democratically unaccountable private actors shouldn’t be responsible for performing the state’s traditional functions. But, increasingly, they are.
Arby’s Sent Jon Stewart Lunch When He Was Mean
Ah, the beefy taste of capitalism.
V for Vendetta
Author Finds Use of Guy Fawkes Masks ‘Peculiar’
And he’s not a big Time Warner fan.
Anonymous Hackers Wear Corporate Masks
Time Warner owns the anti-government Guy Fawkes image.
The Chamber of Commerce Is Apparently Not Just a Coalition of Small Businesses
“Unless you spend $250,000 to $500,000 a year … they don’t pay any attention to you at all.”