It could become illegal to resell your iPhone 4, car or family antiques
Latest move represents huge transfer of wealth from the middle class to the elite
There is good reason for legitimate optimism right now, even in the face of an approaching financial collapse and the rise of the new American police state.
Money should belong to the people, not the banks, and should be issued in sufficient quantity to meet the productive capacity of the nation, not withheld from circulation by banks that did nothing to deserve it.
We have all been lied to. For decades, the leaders of both major political parties have promised us that they can fix our current system and that they can get our national debt under control.
I have been holding back this essay for months. It is not a good sign that I am finally bringing myself to publish it.
A medical ethicist explains the dark implications of corporate medical patents and the nightmarish scenario of our medical-industrial complex.
The disconnect between Congress and the people is vast. For decades, Congress has been passing laws that benefit the 1%, their campaign donors and big business interests, rather than creating a fair economy that serves all U.S. citizens.
It's been a volatile summer for global markets, driven by almost un-precedented uncertainty amongst investors about the global economy and fears that politicians are unable to fix economic problems.
The GOP now has a proposal floating around the Congressional toilet ... and this stroke of genius will eliminate corporate taxes. Gone. Why not?