The fight for net neutrality, like the fight for an open and free Internet, is a clarion call for Internet users and content creators to defend what has made the the web one of the world’s greatest enablers of social and economic progress.
This Wednesday, activists and organizations across the country are getting loud, bold and creative as they demand the overturn of Citizens United.
The New Hampshire Rebellion embarks on its third march to recruit citizens in the fight against systemic corruption in Washington.
The problem plaguing the empty polls today is a complex one, speaking to systemic corruption and young disillusionment – which is why mandatory voting might be our best solution.
The People's Super PAC analyzes data from the 2014 election and begins working on a new way to end systemic corruption.
After Citizens United, says Jeff Clements, “I felt that I couldn't just leave it at that, that democracy is really on the line, that the country is on the line – I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that humanity is on the line.”
It was people taking to the streets, peacefully, organized – the evolution of anger, a pointed protest against a system that does not serve nor protect, that does not offer justice but injustice.
Among other human health and environmental violations, the TPP agreement will facilitate harsh legislation that further restricts free speech, privacy and innovation.
We the people must supplement our turnout at the polls with our turnout on the streets, and in the media, in the name of our future on this planet.
Do we or do we not as Americans have the right to know what we are eating? Here are initiatives from Hawaii to Colorado and from Humboldt to Josephine Counties to take back our food supply.
This isn't just a right to revolt, it's a call to revolt, an outright slam against apathy and nonresistance.
The Oceti Sakowin people are mobilizing a resistance that could be the game changer in the fight to stop the proposed Keystone pipeline and help shut down the tar sand projects in northern Alberta.
Occupy was brilliant in getting a message across, but these protests are specifically and deliberately setting out to disrupt the functioning of the city until attention is paid to their grievances.
Britain’s colonial legacy is a living one – no one is born prejudiced, but in Britain all of us are born into racism.
Most Americans are unaware of the true financial value of solar today.
This is a strategic memorandum to all movement organizers, social justice organizations, and free citizens disgusted with a corporate state that has systematically extracted our wealth and resources while giving back nothing in return.
The annual conference features globalization’s "Mafiocracy" of bankers, industrialists, oligarchs, technocrats and politicians who promote common ideas and serve common interests: their own.
The left-populist party headed by Alexis Tsipras is positioned to win Greece’s elections Sunday on a progressive platform to reverse austerity cuts imposed on the country over the past half decade.
The newly launched organization Commonomics USA is among 15 groups calling for the U.S. Postal Service to initiate low-cost financial services to end "prey-day" lending.
A small European nation is on the verge of standing up to financiers that are literally strangling its economic surplus and imposing draconian cuts in the same of austerity, as standards of living have plummeted in the past five years.
The pay ratio between the highest- and lowest-paid worker-owners in cooperatives is between 3:1 and 5:1, compared with a ratio of roughly 600:1 in traditional corporations.
Rising inequality is dangerous. A concentration of wealth capturing power is leaving ordinary people voiceless.
Portland residents are up in arms about what they believe is a cronyism-driven plan to kill the elegant, gravity-fed, open water reservoir system that has reliably served their city safe, clean drinking water for more than 100 years.
Despite making profits in the billions, the health care provider doesn't staff its psychiatry departments with enough psychologists, therapists, social workers and psychiatric nurses to treat its ever-growing number of patients.