Justice-Based Ideas Can End World Hunger The Waterperry Declaration In September 2002, immediately after the World Summit on Sustainable Development, students of philosophy and economics in the School of Economic Science met at Waterperry House, Oxfordshire, England for a conference […]
Corrupt Government Gave Away Land to Cronies U.S. Agency Is Accused of Collusion in Land Deals This news report is excerpted from a New York Times article from October 11, 2002. by Joel Brinkley A congressionally sanctioned consultant hired by […]
Palaver from Persimmon Crossing with Warren Faulk 100 Rifles … An Antidote One person with a gun can raise havoc in an urban area with relative impunity. Imagine what it would be like if 100 “snipers” set out to cause […]
Youngsters Taught to be Materialistic Challenging ethics of marketing to children by Miriam H. Zoll When it comes to spending money on consumer goods, Madison Avenue apparently never underestimates the power of a whining child. And as the advertising industry […]
Will It Work? Brazil Introduces Law to Protect Environment By William Schomberg BRASILIA – Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso signed a new environmental law on Thursday and said it would prove a turning point in preserving natural resources, including the […]
American labor leader Henry George gives testimony to the Senate Committee on relations between Labor and Capital.
Gadsden Purchase a strange land deal fully explained and described.
Democrats and Republicans Are Carbon Copies of Each Other DEMOCRATS PLAYING CATCH-UP IN MEDIA WAR by Norman Solomon Many news stories and commentaries have marveled at the failure of Democrats to seize the high political ground this fall. With the […]
Guest Essay Considers IMF Hypocrisy IMF and Blood Money by Valerie Sherman Hundreds of protesters were arrested by some 3,000 police officers in Washington, D.C. last week in relation to a meeting of the International Monetary Fund. Some protesters chained […]
Bush Inconsistent, Makes US Look Foolish Must the U.S. Break Rules to Enforce Them? We are pleased to bring you this article, made available through the news service of Foreign Policy in Focus. Foreign Policy in Focus has kindly granted […]
Save the Constitution — Internet Freedom of Speech Should Not Be Crushed In Legal First, ACLU Asks Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Protect Anonymous Online Speakers from Legal Intimidation Once again, a powerful American public servant — this time a superior […]
Editorial Letters of Marque and Reprisal by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor Many people disapprove of the U.S. war against terror, or of how it is being conducted. But what is the alternative, other than changes in U.S. foreign policy? […]
Better Alternatives Can’t Be Suppressed Forever Green Party Rising Due to Mainstream Corruption Here are some quotes from recent reports on Green Party candidacies in the United States. from the Coastal Post Online: One of the major complaints from […]
Expensive Welfare Handouts to Ranch Corporations In 1990s, Federal Agency Handed Out $237 Million to Ranch Agribusinesses Still more welfare payments going to fatcat corporations out West. An organization called Forest Guardians made this new report. SANTA FE – The […]
The Menace of Privilege, by Henry George Jr. Installment 28 We are pleased to present, in installments, a very rare yet significant book written by former Congressman Henry George Jr. in 1905. Earlier installments are available at the Progress Report […]