A Third Way: Post Capitalism, Post Socialism

Henry George, Buckminster Fuller and Louis Kelso: Three Architects of a Post-Scarcity Paradigm By Norman G. Kurland, Michael D. Greaney and Dawn K. Brohawn Center for Economic and Social Justice, 1999 Karl Marx, while we disagree with many of his conclusions, should be acknowledged as the most dominant ... Read more

The Final Days of Coal

By Lester Brown Earth Policy, June 28, 2011 During the years when governments and the media were focused on preparations for the 2009 Copenhagen climate negotiations, a powerful climate movement was emerging in the United States: the movement opposing the construction of new coal-fired power plants. Environmental groups, ... Read more

States That Cut The Most Spending Have Lost The Most Jobs

By Adam Hersh Think Progress, June 27, 2011 There’s a new cult of economic thought sweeping the nation — or at least many Republican (and even some Democratic) political circles. Its adherents cling to the erroneous belief that sharp government spending cuts will revitalize economic ... Read more

Fukushima: It’s much worse than you think

Scientific experts believe Japan’s nuclear disaster to be far worse than governments are revealing to the public. By Dahr Jamail Al Jazeera, June 16, 2011 “Fukushima is the biggest industrial catastrophe in the history of mankind,” Arnold Gundersen, a former nuclear industry senior vice ... Read more