U.S. politicians and big business have made it clear. Their money is for war, not healthcare.
Financial entities like hedge funds and private equity firms now compete with insurance companies and for-profit healthcare providers scrambling for Medicare enrollees.
A reactionary “freedom movement” is on the rise in Australia, preying on people’s fears and justifiable anger.
Caring for one another is the answer. Humans are not born selfish. It’s past time to fight for a society of collaboration, not competition.
Here’s a hint: “The world’s 10 richest men have more than doubled their wealth during the pandemic, to $1.5 trillion.”
The far right is on the attack, allegedly against dictatorial governments. But its actual targets have been unions, the Left and selected small businesses.
The pandemic underscores the life and death differences between global haves and have-nots.
Privatisation and pandemic profiteering: Time’s up for a system that started the crisis and can’t stop it
The private sector’s shambolic efforts so far show that it can’t solve the crisis — because capitalism is the problem.
Asbestos in Australia: From Boom to Dust is not a simple read, yet it is a worthy resource.
No momento em que estas linhas são escritas, mais de 4 milhões de pessoas morreram em razão da pandemia de Covid-19 em todo o mundo. É sabido que a maioria dessas vítimas pertencia à classe trabalhadora – trabalhadores empregados, mas também os desesperadamente pobres e os precarizados – a classe sem possibilidade de se confinarem… Read more »