Poverty. Just Say It.

By  Kathy Mulady Equal Voice Newspaperm August 21, 2011 Sisters Tamara Collins, 7, left, and Brianna Collins, 8, walk to the bus stop outside the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida shelter where they live, in Orlando, Fla., April 28, 2011. The number of homeless students at public schools in the U.S. reached an ... Read more

Economic Myths: We Separate Fact From Fiction

By Michael Grabell ProPublica, August 18, 2011 A sign about jobs created is posted at the Caldecott Tunnel construction project on Aug. 17, 2011, in Oakland, Calif. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) With the recent Iowa straw poll and President Obama’s bus tour, Americans are hearing a cacophony ... Read more

Why Did Capitalism Fail?

By Bob Burnett August 19, 2011 We live in interesting times. The global economy is splintering. U.S. voters hate all politicians and there’s political unrest throughout the world. The root cause of this turmoil is the failure of the dominant economic paradigm — global corporate capitalism. The modern world is ... Read more

Job Creators: Bank Of America To Ax 10,000 Or More Jobs

The Associated Press August 19, 2011 Bank of America Corp. is cutting 3,500 employees this quarter and working on restructuring plans that will ax several thousand more jobs, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times reported citing people familiar with the situation. The reports Friday ... Read more