- 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.
- Warsaw Has Lots of Apples – and Candles
An apple a day doesn't just keep the doctor away. In Poland, it's also an act of defiance against Vladimir Putin.
- Climate Change You Can Believe In
The signs of a changing climate are all around us. But for some US policymakers, money speaks louder than facts.