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Donald Trump's Imperialist Chauvinism

I just yesterday did a video on Donald Trump and his ghastly appearance on television where he announced his candidacy for GOP leadership. In true Trump fashion he managed to build himself up and then destroy himself 1,813 more words


No Transparency on Trans Pacific Partnership

If this secretive deal is so good then why are we already hearing about farm subsidies? Sounds like another free trade screw job to me. 41 more words

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Globalism and the prison industrial complex

This text is a shortened version of an interview published in the journal Race & Class, 40, Nos. 2-3 (October 1998, March 1999), pp. 145-157.  415 more words

Corporate Control

Free Trade or Democracy, Can't Have Both

From Huffington Post by Dave Johnson 03/01/2012

When we allow companies to just import stuff that is made by exploited workers in countries where people do not have a say, we are granting not-having-a-say an advantage over having a say. 150 more words


(What's Left of) Our Economy: "North American Economy"? Petraeus Tries to Fake Us

When I saw the headline on a new article co-authored by David Petraeus, former U.S. military commander in Iraq, my first reaction was “Finally! Someone from the American national security establishment who gets it on international trade!” When I finished, I realized that Petraeus had simply joined the rapidly swelling ranks of bigwigs who believe that they can become instant experts on the subject. 1,040 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

US opponents of the Trans-Pacific Partnership don’t understand how it works

Anti-Trans Pacific partnership rally in Washington DC

By Michael Schuman

What a fight the White House has had over free trade. Though the US Congress finally passed legislation that grants Barack Obama “fast-track” authority to complete the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)—a massive, 12-nation free-trade agreement stretching from Malaysia to New Zealand to Chile—that came after weeks of rancorous debate that witnessed some of the most influential Democrats part ways with their president. 1,233 more words