Broadband companies want the government to let them control the internet as we know it. And they’ve got help.
The Democracy Spring protests in D.C. are building the power needed to break our politics free of its corporate choke-hold.
Lawmakers need to hear from their constituents who support the nuclear deal with Iran.
A gusher of campaign cash is driving our politicians to comfort the already comfortable.
A teach-in and lobby skill-share session about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and what you can do to impact the biggest trade deal ever.
New Report: CEOs Pushing Social Security Cuts are Sitting on Massive Retirement Funds While Underfunding Worker Pensions
A new report by IPS shows that “Fix the Debt” CEOs hold an average of $9 million each to put toward retirement, but are running deficits in pension funds for their own employees.
“The ‘Fix the Debt’ CEOs are trying to pass themselves off as noble leaders who are willing to compromise in order the save America from financial ruin,” says report co-author Scott Klinger. “In reality, the campaign is a Trojan horse concealing massive corporate tax breaks that would make our debt situation much worse.”
Mitt won $1.5 billion of taxpayer gold for the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Whether corporate political money shouts or whispers, it still corrupts.
The future of food and farming depends on it.
A coalition of big corporations has lost a battle to nab a huge tax break.
Not only have the people rebelled, they’ve also organized and mobilized.
U.S. corporate lobby groups bash Australia for refusing to give foreign investors powerful new rights in the Trans-Pacific trade deal.
Working through his fellow commissioners, nuclear energy political operatives have attacked Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner Gregory Jaczko.
Gingrich, his lawyers, and his staff adamantly insist that it’s rude and crude to call him a lobbyist.