- Netanyahu Speaks, Money Talks
Bill Moyers and Michael Winship write that in Israel and the United States, the influence of one billionaire may threaten any hope for peace in the Middle East.
- The Awesome Life of an American Congressman
Aaron Schock's spending habits say everything about how money is raised and squandered in Washington.
- The Super-Rich Can't Hide From the Rest of Us
Reports of hedge fund managers seeking refuge in far away places show a misguided sense of how their money should be spent.
- In SOTU, President Punts on Income Inequality
Despite the buildup, President Obama had little to say about income inequality and nothing about America's poor.
- You Have the Right to Remain Obnoxious
No matter how vexing the point of view, freedom of speech is sacrosanct.
- It's a Wonderful Life, Comrade
The Hollywood Christmas classic was once accused of hiding a subversive Communist message.
- Dividing the Spoils
On Capitol Hill, it's payback time for the wealthy donors who paid for the big victory.
- Don’t Let Them Silence You: Vote, Dammit.
Casting a ballot is democracy's most cherished act. Never let yours be denied. An essay by Bill Moyers and Michael Winship.
- Chevron Greases Local Election With Gusher of Cash
The corporate giant is pouring money into a city council race in Richmond, California, site of one of the state's two largest oil refineries – both owned by Chevron.