State-administered violence is all that lies between the corporate state and widespread unrest. The power elites know it. They also know that as this unrest begins to define the white underclass, the legal and physical shackles perfected for poor people of color can easily be expanded. Rights in America have...
Instead of setting up further rounds of CEO perp walks for the TV cameras, Congress should break up the biggest banks. And regulate drug prices directly, as does every other country.
Corporations are running the world, according to new figures released Monday from the U.K.-based Global Justice Now.
ISDS undermines the American judicial system and tilts the playing field further in favor of big multinational corporations
Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline, or "water protectors," were attacked with dogs, pepper spray on Saturday near the site of the pipeline route.
It's more than a bit bizarre to complain that the business interests who were able to impose enormous costs on the rest of society in order to advance their agenda have no power in Washington.
[Heather Bresch] should resign for price gouging rather than get a raise, but like so many of her fellow executives Bresch sails serenely on as her fellow Americans drown in health care debt. Her career and the success of her company epitomize everything that so enrages every voter who believes...
But the fight over the TPP reaches beyond the confines of American electoral politics; it is, more broadly, a conflict between the forces of global capital — in partnership with political leaders — and the working class.