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We Are Not Prepared For Climate Change.

The next report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is due at the end of March, and according to the Associated Press, we shouldn't expect good news. The AP summarized a draft version of the IPCC's “Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability” report, and they boiled it down to the fact that we are not prepared.

We need an economy for all

Thom plus logoAccording to the Economic Policy Institute, we need an economy that works for everyone – not just the top one percent. The EPI recently issued a new report on how those at the top have fared - compared to the rest of us - over the last few decades. What they found proves that the system is rigged.

We need an economy that works for the 99 percent.

According to the Economic Policy Institute, we need an economy that works for everyone – not just the top one percent. The EPI recently issued a new report on how those at the top have fared - compared to the rest of us - over the last few decades. What they found proves that the system is rigged.

We Have the RIGHT to Know What’s in Our Food

It’s time to get serious about what’s in the food we eat. Today, the Obama Administration rolled out a new proposed “Nutrition Facts” label to replace the current nutrition labeling on foods, and it doesn’t go anywhere nea

The Mainstream Media's Criminal Climate Coverage

The mainstream media is failing us when it comes to covering the story of the century - man-made climate change.

Is it time for a new Church Committee?

It’s time for a new Church Committee.

Net Neutrality Died With the Comcast/Netflix Deal

The fix is in, and unless we do something quick - the internet as we know it will disappear for good.

Is Social Security Safe For Now?

It looks like Progressives may be able to claim a victory.

The FCC Won't Stand Up for Internet Freedom.

The Federal Communications Commission won't stand up for internet freedom. On Wednesday, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced that he will not appeal the recent court ruling that struck down net neutrality.

Now They Want to Track Our Daily Travel.

The Department of Homeland Security wants to keep a record of where you drive your car. According to the Washington Post, that agency wants a nationwide database of license-plate readers, and they've already asked private traffic-camera companies for access to their data.

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