Autocracy is bad for business. Businesses that fund politicians who back the ongoing assault on democracy should rethink their approach.
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Political ideologies no longer serve any purpose. The democracy refugees are on the road towards autocracy while the earth is suffering from a high fever.
Against the backdrop of democracy protests, French energy giant Total is under pressure to review its operations in Myanmar.
What is fascism and what drives it? Since it is in plain sight we are unable to pin it and its drivers down. But quite simply it is greed.
The alarm has been sounded about the return of fascism. Understanding fascism is important to determine if these concerns are justified.
Liars, swindlers, con-men, and deceivers are at work and they are paid very well to represent the richest among us and the trickle-down lie.
Understanding the influence of corporate money in politics means looking beyond the obvious channels that have been studied.
The popular belief is that farmers in rural areas believe that the Republicans and their conservative beliefs are more likely to help their communities.
There is a stirring in cities that have been decimated by corporate America and where their profit-driven relocation has caused pain of staggering consequence.
Microsoft CEO Brad Smith offered his employees a candid take this week on why the company gives money to politicians.