MSNBC’s Ali Velshi continues highlighting a side of our economy with the depth other journalists fail to deliver. It may be time, however, to be less deferential to corporations and the damage they affect on average Americans.
As we discuss supply chain and inflation issues, it is clear that the government is not the problem, but a fraudulent mythical market is.
In his folksy manner, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg schooled Chuck Todd by putting supply chain discourse in the proper context.
The stakes are higher than they’ve been since the 1860s and the 1930s; this may be our last chance to rescue democracy in this country from oligarchy.
Many attempt to justify corporate executives making many times more than employees. It’s not the mythical market. It is legalized theft.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez framed a question about the initial R & D on drugs in market terms which illustrated the extent of pharma corporate welfare.
Shep Smith told he sounded like a Democrat for slapping the Trump healthcare spox with talking points blowing facts. This how we enlighten citizens.
Americans must take back what was stolen using the dictates of preferential laws, from the poor & the middle-class.