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  • End Corporate Rule +

    Time and again, whether we are seeking sensible healthcare, environmental, economic, or foreign policy—supported by a majority of Americans—we hit Read More
  • Amazon’s Monopsony Is Not O.K. +

    Amazon.com, the giant online retailer, has too much power, and it uses that power in ways that hurt America. O.K., Read More
  • Protest Groups Call for Linking Arms on Wall Street to Stop the Destruction of the Ecosystem +

    #FloodWallStreet – A day of non-violent direct action, Monday September 22nd: Thousands of demonstrators are planning to disrupt business-as-usual on Wall Read More
  • The Senate Tried to Overturn 'Citizens United' Today. Guess What Stopped Them? +

    A majority of the United States Senate has voted to advance a constitutional amendment to restore the ability of Congress Read More
  • Bipartisan Case for a Constitutional Amendment on Campaign Finance +

    Following recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions dismantling our nation’s campaign finance laws, all Americans are certainly not equal on Election Read More
  • Coalition Asks John McCain to Support Constitutional Amendment, Hits a Glass Wall +

    On Thursday, a broad coalition of activists met at Senator John McCain's office in an upscale building at a tony Read More
  • Activists Deliver Amendment Petitions to 21 Senate Offices +

    Congress may be on recess, but activists across the country are not taking a break from the nationwide push to Read More
  • A Short History of Postal Banking +

    As the debate over reinstituting postal banking heats up, we should know we had it. And it worked. Last week Read More
  • On the Hill with Heroes and Tap Dancers +

    I think the bad guys are sacred of the heroes and the tap dancers are managing a shuffle ball change Read More
  • Elizabeth Warren Quietly Racked Up A Nice Win +

    Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) got her way on Tuesday when the Federal Reserve rejected the living will plans for most Read More
  • The Koch Brothers' Reign of Terror: How Their Great Wealth Is Buying Our Government +

    It seems like every e-mail I receive these days from a Democratic Senate candidate or Senator up for re-election this Read More
  • The Ultimate Goal of the NSA is Total Population Control +

    At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US, says whistleblower William Read More
  • Democrats Introduce Bill that Could Lead to Impeachment for Justices Thomas and Scalia +

    On Thursday, a group of Democratic lawmakers proposed a law to establish a Code of Conduct for the Supreme Court. Read More
  • California makes an official call for a U.S. Constitutional Convention to overturn Citizens United +

    On June 23rd the State Senate passed AJR 1, making California the second state in the union to officially call Read More
  • New Organization Hangs Sign: 'Whistleblowers Welcome' +

    A new organization called ExposeFacts—backed by well-known source of The Pentagon Papers Daniel Ellsberg—is debuting itself in Washington, DC on Read More
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Featured End Corporate Rule News

  • Amazon’s Monopsony Is Not O.K. +

    Amazon.com, the giant online retailer, has too much power, and it uses that power in ways that hurt America. O.K., Read More
  • End Corporate Rule +

    Time and again, whether we are seeking sensible healthcare, environmental, economic, or foreign policy—supported by a majority of Americans—we hit Read More
  • A Short History of Postal Banking +

    As the debate over reinstituting postal banking heats up, we should know we had it. And it worked. Last week Read More
  • A New Postal Union Leader Really Doesn't Want Mail Sent From Staples +

    It’s unusual for a challenger to unseat an incumbent president in the postal workers’ union election, but Mark Dimondstein did Read More
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