A close look at the fights it picks and the fights it avoids. by David Roberts Vox Feb 7, 2019 Markey and Ocasio-Cortez hold a news conference to unveil their Green New Deal resolution. Alex Wong/Getty Images And for now, to share a few initial impressions after reading through the short document a few times: What a … Continue reading There’s now an official Green New Deal. Here’s what’s in it.
Richard Feloni interviews Anand Giridharadas Business Insider Feb. 1, 2019 Anand Giridharadas is an author and professor whose book "Winners Take All" is a scathing critique of the way elites treat philanthropy. He said Western elites have cloaked themselves in "changing the world" to protect their interests and reduce the efficacy of democratic change. He's critical of … Continue reading The plane(t) has been hijacked by billionaires, and we’re all passengers
by NOMI PRINS Le Monde Diplomatique FEBRUARY 1, 2019 A major question remains unanswered when it comes to the state of Main Street, not just here but across the planet. If the global economy really is booming, as many politicians claim, why are leaders and their parties around the world continuing to get booted out … Continue reading Wall Street, Banks, and Angry Citizens
You can download and read the book A Brief History of Neoliberalism here as a PDF. Below is a series of videos by the books' author as a primer on the most important topic of our age, which practically no one has heard of nor understands: Neoliberalism https://youtu.be/D-YO5EROH-I ON CONTACT: A History of Neoliberalism, Part I … Continue reading A History of Neoliberalism: Chris Hedges, David Harvey, and Michael Hudson
The end really is near: a play-by-play of the coming economic collapse Steve Keen is a Professor of Economics at Kingston University with a focus on analyzing capitalism as a monetary system What will happen: I expect a boom before a slump, and a pretty messy economic performance overall. And I expect a small downturn … Continue reading The Science of Predicting the Next Financial Crisis
"The recent actions of the President and the Treasury Secretary, however, have been erratic and are creating uncertainty and instability in the markets. It would be in our nation’s best interest if they stopped what they are doing." A Horrified Wall Street Reacts To The Mnuchin Massacre by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge Dec 24, 2018 Heading … Continue reading S&P Suffers Worst Christmas Eve Crash On Record: “It would be in our nation’s best interest if the President and Treasury Secretary stopped what they are doing.”
At Friday’s close fully 60% of the Trump Bump in the S&P 500 was liquidated. And we have some nice round numbers to show for it. by David Stockman Anti-War December 22, 2018 The broad market index stood at 2140 just hours before the shocking 2016 election results were reported, and rose by 800 points from … Continue reading The Donald’s Trump Bump is 60% Gone