People need jobs. Put them to work. It’s that simple.
If world’s big corporations prefer to sit on trillions of dollars in order to avoid paying taxes, let them. If they won’t invest, we should.
Greed is not good, and high inequality is making all of us greedier than we should, or could, be.
California can and should find the $1 billion it needs to maintain its current bare-bones CalWORKs support.
Europeans must decide whether their societies are to be governed by the people, for the people or by the market, for the market.
Economists will give you all sorts of answers based on technical factors, but in the end it all comes down to one word: inequality.
Austerity is a political decision, not an economic one. It benefits the few at the expense of the many.
The US economy has been growing since July 2009. So why aren’t things improving in the US realonomy?
Declines in government spending are holding back GDP growth at a time governments at all levels should be hiring to create jobs.
Recession or Depression? The FOMC expects current conditions to last at least until 2014.