The link between economics and democratics isn't statistical, it's moral. Yet it can't find real expression through existing political institutions. The solutions can only be new democratic forms.
Tom Naylor's new book is based on "a quantum leap in sheer numbers of those loaded with loot." The appalling esthetics and detestable ethics of the 1 per cent seem to energize, not deplete him.
Banks and securities firms are on track this year to pay their employees a record $140 billion -- an amount that exceeds the peak year of 2007, just before they put the global economy into meltdown.
Nov 21, 2009 to Nov 23, 2009
Theatre Passe Muraille
16 Ryerson AvenueToronto , ON
Canada43° 38' 54.8772" N, 79° 24' 8.7192" W
Nightwood Theatre presents the graduating class of Ryerson's Theatre school in Caryl Churchill's seminal work
On September 17, in the midst of the publicity blitz for his cinematic takedown of the capitalist order, Michael Moore talked with Naomi Klein about the film, and the roots of our economic crisis.
Michael Moore rallied with local unions at the New York Stock Exchange after a special Wall Street screening of his new film, Capitalism: A Love Story, earlier this month.
No one questions the zeal of Canadian authorities in ensuring that ordinary folks pay every cent of their taxes. Yet the government doesn't appear to be equally zealous when it comes to the rich.
It looked like it was business as usual for President Obama on the first day of his Martha's Vineyard vacation, as he spent five hours golfing with Robert Wolf, president of UBS Investment Bank.
On Monday, July 24, 30 activists stopped work on the preliminary developments at the Hanlon Creek business park in Guelph.
The guys in the towers can weather almost any degree of common sense with a mixture of denial, mild reform and, above all, patience. They have no fear of being tried for "economic crimes."