First order of business for the new Congress should be, investigate Trumps business
Nike investors reject call for more disclosure of political contributions – Portland Business Journal
Yay Nike! Oh wait….
As expected, Nike investors have rejected a proposal for increased disclosure of political contributions.
“Well, there’s always a class war going on. The United States, to an unusual extent, is a business-run society, more so than others. The business classes are very class-conscious—they’re constantly fighting a bitter class war to improve their power and diminish opposition. Occasionally this is recognized.”
The business classes are constantly fighting a bitter class war to improve their power and diminish opposition. This is an excerpt from the 2nd edition of Noam Chomsky’s OCCUPY: Class War, Rebellion and Solidarity, edited by Greg Ruggiero and published by Zuccotti Park Press. Chris Steele intervie…
Pretty healthy body you’ve got there….looks like it cold use some capitalism
Goldman Sachs warns sales from the most successful disease treatments are difficult to maintain.
It’s about time. If the Democrats talked about this as much as the talked about Russia, Trump would be done already
Nearly 200 members, believed to be the most to ever sue a sitting president, will contend that the president has accepted gifts from foreign powers in violation of the Constitution.