TIME TO RE-BALANCE THE CORPORATE-FRIENDLY SUPREME COURT

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By Rinaldo Brutoco and Hazel Henderson © 2016 The Passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, who for thirty years led the conservatives on the Supreme Court with a combination of brilliant legalisms in pursuit of an overtly politicized personal agenda, provides for a significant opportunity to re-balance the High Court. His …

Greg Palast | How Barack Obama Could End the Argentina Debt Crisis

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Reader Supported News | 08 August 14 PM It’s Live on the HomePage Now: Reader Supported News *15 GREAT REASONS TO GET BEHIND READER SUPPORTED NEWS: David Koch, Rupert Murdoch, Arianna Huffington, Main-Stream-News, The Republican Party, The Tea Party, The NSA, The NRA, The Keystone XL Pipeline, Global Warming, US …

OTHER NEWS: Brazilian president: US surveillance a ‘breach of international law’

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   Brazilian president: US surveillance a ‘breach of international law’   Julian Borger – The Guardian.com   Brazil’s president, Dilma Rousseff, has launched a blistering attack on US espionage at the UN general assembly, accusing the NSA of violating international law by its indiscriminate collection of personal information of Brazilian …

Averting Another U.S. Foreign Policy Disaster

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Is there a way out of the box President Obama has built for himself, while strengthening the fight against international despots? By Hazel Henderson, September 10, 2013, originally published in The Globalist So far, the public debate in the United States on what to do about Syria has been largely …

Gag Me With Lawrence Summers

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance

Gag Me With Lawrence Summers Robert Scheer – Huffington Post The idea that Barack Obama would still consider appointing Lawrence Summers to head the Federal Reserve rather than order an investigation into this former White House official’s Wall Street payments, reported Friday by the Wall Street Journal, mocks the president’s …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: GFI Calls on Obama, G8 to Require Public Registries of Corporate Owners, Curtail Illicit Flows

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  Friday, June 14, 2013 G8 Leaders Tackle Tax Havens And Global Inequality G8 Preview: Momentum Toward Public Registries For Beneficial Owners It’s Time Corporations Flew Old Glory Instead Of The Jolly Roger Tom Cardamone In The Huffington Post Canada: The Trouble With Tax Havens G8: It’s Time For Action …

Obama Will Name Former Telecom Lobbyist as FCC Chair

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News of the movement for May 1, 2013   Media Policy at the FCC Obama Ally Likely Pick for FCC President Obama is expected to nominate Tom Wheeler, a venture capital investor and fundraiser in Obama’s presidential campaigns, as chairman of the FCC. Wheeler, who more than a decade ago …

A Look at a Global Brand Leading the Way in Crowdsourcing

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  Having trouble viewing this email? Click here Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 Top Stories Visit Our Site Follow Like RSS Heineken Leads the Way for Global Brands in Crowdsourcing — Recently, Crowdsourcing.org‘s Eric Mack spoke with Mark van Iterson, head of global design at Heineken, about the company’s dedication to crowdsourcing. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS PASS Looks …

Call to Action: Setting Clean-Tech Policy for the Next Four Years

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  Having trouble viewing this email? Click here research / reports  / webinars / stock indexes / book / about January 22, 2013 Call to Action: Setting Clean-Tech Policy for the Next Four Years “The path towards sustainable energy sources will be long and sometimes difficult. But America cannot resist this transition; we must lead it. We cannot cede to other …

Extra! Extra! News Flash for the FCC

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When it comes to media consolidation, the FCC is feeling the heat from all sides. Today activists took to the streets outside the FCC headquarters to deliver more than 200,000 signatures from people all over the U.S. who are calling on the agency to halt its rush to gut media …