An excellent interview with Michael Hudson. The interview starts with Trump, but quickly moves on.
The collapse of Carillion, one of the UK’s largest leading construction and service companies, has resulted in important analyses concerning transferring public services to private companies. One of its directors claimed that putting money into […]
It is good that some EU parliamentarians keep challenging EU corruption, but as we know the EU has become a victim of state capture, as have most European governments. EU politicians are like the 1%. […]
We have one tax scandal after the other. Not only do things not improve, they get worse. Richard Murphy is Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of London. He campaigns on issues […]
For refugees and poor migrants, travel can be terrifying, with no guarantee of a welcome at the end. For the one percent, it’s a different story, as a growing number of cash-strapped countries invite them […]
This is how absurd things can become – thanks to the EU: Diesel was supposed to reduce CO2., but the car manufacturers, to increase their profits, cheated, and produced radically more nitrogen oxide than permitted, […]
Sometimes historical events occur and no one really notices. The decision of the German social democrats to once again enter a grand coalition heralds the end of a political party with a history of over […]
In this month’s Taxcast: we look at the United States, Trump’s tax reforms and the killing of the American Dream. Plus: as we see yet another school shooting, should the powerful National Rifle Association continue […]