Find out how much money U.S. Congress members will receive in pensions at retirement, what other benefits they will get, mostly paid for by tax dollars,and when they can start getting those bennies.
Learn about Strawman accounts and how to file a UCC1 with the Treasure Department
Dozens of cities across the U.S. have made it against the law to be poor or to help poor people. More cities are passing similar laws all the time. Should charities be outlawed in America?
The idea that the U.S. government is in debt is a widespread misconception. The "national debt" is not a measure of debt, but rather a measure of saved dollars held by the private sector. This article attempts to...
Underdevelopment is a sincere political problem that many countries face and attempt to solve. This essay explores some causes of underdevelopment and argues on the efficiency of certain strategies.
A history of the United States National Debt, from 1788 to 2009, in text and pictures. Ponder the true foundations of this $12 trillion and growing debt, the changes in policy and values along the way, the personalities...
"How Does Greed Effect Us Today?" This powerful article discuss the effects of greed on innocent victims through scams such as home modifications, debt consolidation, credit cards and bankruptcy.
Globalization has offered considerable controversial impact. It has been viewed as a process that is major factor that is a key to the development of the world economy and also it is inevitable and irreversible. Some...
Poor people are as useful for the society as the rich. They must be respected because they are the creation of an unjust socio-economic order. It is foolish to view them as inferior in any way.
Adapted from the chapter in “A Patriot’s Guide to Right-Wing Thinking” by Tex Shelters, this excerpt explains that poor people are to blame for poverty using the logic and compassion of right-wingers.