“Society, a democracy, can die of too many lies — and we’re getting close to that terminal moment,” he warns.
Respected journalist Bill Moyers said Sunday that for the first time “in my long life” — including the Depression and World War II — he fears for the nation’s survival.
A “society, a democracy, can die of too many lies — and we’re getting... Read more
When it comes to the efficient delivery of goods and services, capitalism is the proven economic model that puts people to work and products on the shelves. Whether those jobs end up paying enough money to purchase the items on those shelves is another matter, however.The truth is that while capitalism is an excellent vehicle to promote consumption and opportunities... Read more
“This rule shows their true colors," a former US Citizenship and Immigration Services official said.
The Trump administration on Friday proposed an unprecedented series of new fees for asylum-seekers and immigrants hoping to stay in the US, aiming to become one of just four countries in the world to charge for an asylum application.
Under the proposal, a new $50 fee would... Read more
Some employees at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in the Chicago area have lost their jobs after an alleged incident of racism against a group of black customers.
The alleged incident happened last month at a Buffalo Wild Wings in the Chicago suburb of Naperville.
Speaking to Chicago ABC station WLS, Justin and Mary Vahl of Montgomery, Illinois, said they arrived at the restaurant with their family... Read more
Governor’s races in the South, legislative elections in Virginia and city council races in Philadelphia will test if all politics is national.
A slew of elections on Tuesday, covering territory from the Mississippi Delta to the wealthy Virginia suburbs to the city of Philadelphia, and offices from city council to governor, will collectively serve as a test of just how nationalized... Read more