Government of, by, and for the people.
A Bill of Rights—for Homeowners
by Seth Sandronskyposted Aug 29, 2012
- California’s new law gives increased protection to people threatened with foreclosure. Will other states follow?
Video: Elders at Risk in Ryan’s Health Care Plan
posted Aug 29, 2012
- Sarah van Gelder appears on FreeSpeech TV to explain the consequences of Republican health care plan.
WTO Rules Against Labeling Meat
by Lauren Hardyposted Aug 29, 2012
- Now the U.S. has to gut a law that protects consumers from imported mystery meat—or pay the price.
Video: RNC’s “Willful Ignorance” on Climate
posted Aug 29, 2012
- Sarah van Gelder speaks on FreeSpeech TV about Mitt Romney's energy plan and why a majority of Americans want cleaner, safer, and more reliable sources of energy.
“The Fight Against Fossil Fuel Giants Is the Fight of Our Time”
posted Aug 28, 2012
- Bill McKibben used to think that lack of action to stabilize the climate came from widespread apathy, denial, or comfort with the status quo. Here’s what made him change his mind.
Romney’s Dirtier, Deadlier Energy Future: Is There Another Way?
by Sarah van Gelderposted Aug 24, 2012
- The oil-dependent economy Romney supports is a step toward a less stable, more costly future. Renewables and energy efficiency offer real hope.
How Voter Suppression Could Swing the Election
by Greg Palastposted Aug 24, 2012
- It won’t be easy to protect our votes from being sidelined and stolen this year, but here are a few simple things we can do.
Fare Play: Transit Rights Are Civil Rights for L.A.’s Bus Riders
by Eric Mannposted Aug 23, 2012
- Is access to bus service a civil rights issue? These Los Angeles riders think so—and they're taking it to the White House.
Washington's Wall Street Sugar Daddies
by Hillary Lehrposted Aug 14, 2012
- Who’s lining the pocket of your representatives? Here’s a tool you can use to find out.
5 Good Ideas from Occupy’s National Gathering
by James Trimarcoposted Aug 07, 2012
- Occupiers used the National Gathering to trade ideas about what was working and what wasn’t. The 5 ideas profiled below show a movement determined to adapt and stay vibrant.
Occupy Los Angeles Blends Art & Activism
by James Trimarcoposted Aug 01, 2012
- The writing’s on the wall—literally. Occupiers in L.A. take to a new medium and spread words of protest with chalk.
Syria: Lamp in the Storm
by Michael Naglerposted Jul 30, 2012
- How can we can create the right vision to support indigenous nonviolence and unarmed civilian peacekeeping?
Think Small: A New Housing Model
by Doug Pibelposted Jul 24, 2012
- Why go back to the way things were when we can create housing that embraces the best of tradition and the best of new thinking?
A Student Debt Strike Force Takes Off
by Yates McKeeposted Jul 19, 2012
- Debt—and the shame that surrounds it—is the tie that binds the 99 percent. Can young people reimagine it as something productive, rather than a tool for profiteering?
States Close in on Citizens United: California, Montana, and Beyond
by John Bonifazposted Jul 13, 2012
- Two weeks ago, the Supreme Court justices behind the notorious decision struck down a century-old Montana law curbing corruption in politics. Last week, California became the largest state yet to officially join the movement to end Citizens United for good.