A quick look into an Irish Presidential debate which I attended on the 20 October.
Romney’s callous disregard for families losing their homes through no fault of their own is bad enough but it’s also untrue that speeding foreclosures is good for the economy.
What if as a massive group, the American People enforced a TARP deal in the reverse direction, from the banks to the people?
Here in Ireland there will be a Presidential election on the 27 October.
Apparently, the scene inside The Venetian last night turned into a complete and utter train wreck. Mitt Romney continued to call for MORE foreclosures and more families losing their homes to the big banks. He also fought with Rick...
The Occupy Wall Street protest is only growing, as is the movement nationally and worldwide. Here are some observations, video and media from Occupy Los Angeles.
Decades of social movement scholarship has failed to answer the question of why movements happen when they do, though there doesn't seem an end anytime soon to people trying to answer the question.
Stating that gay people were born with their orientation seems like the perfect counter to the conservative argument that being gay is a choice, but this life-affirming rebuttal opens the door to other attacks.
Here's a a plan to destroy Social Security and Medicare, crush the poor and plunge most Americans deeper in debt just so that the wealthy can pay less in taxes...and the perpetrator becomes more popular?
Thanks to Occupy Las Vegas, tourists caught a glimpse of "The Real Vegas": the unemployed, the working poor, the struggling students, the struggling seniors. This is the side of Vegas that LVCVA would rather not advertise.