Plutarch: The real destroyer of the liberties of the people is he who spreads…Read More
A new Jeremy Corbyn political ad is airing in the UK that cleverly illuminates the typical bourgeoisie take on inequality. Progressive comedian Jimmy Dore comments…Read More
Arundhati Roy on Returning to Fiction, Redefining Happiness & Writing about Worlds Ripped Apart | Democracy Now!
Exciting both the literary and political action worlds, Arundhati Roy returns to fiction…Read More
Catch the transcript of teacher guru Angela Watson’s first podcast from the “Truth for Teachers” series, where she zeros in on the scourge of politics (and education): the manipulation of truth…Read More
Prof. Richard D. Wolff presents his weekly economic update, covering U.S. defense spending, inequality as demonstrated by recent car sales, the economics and psychology of women in a workforce without cultural or social supports, and more…Read More
In the mood for in depth political commentary and discourse? Look for the live Freedom and Democracy Panel event streamed from Munich, Germany on January 15, 2017 at 1pm EST (US time). View for free on Activism.org.Read More
If you haven’t yet watched it, I highly recommend the documentary “Requiem for the American Dream” starring Noam Chomsky. The soft-spoken, kindly Chomsky explains the hard truths of inequality. In a nutshell, wealth and power do not play nice with democracy…Read More
We all wonder about the overcompensation of Chief Executive Officers. Find out how the explosion of CEO pay happened and why today’s CEOs quickly acquire wealth, virtually risk-free, as shareholders. Unfortunately, for the rest of us, the corporate shareholder model tanks the economy and exacerbates inequality. Here Susan Holmberg and Mark Schmitt advance the much more brilliant corporate stakeholder model…Read More
Albert Einstein originally published this piece in 1949. Can you imagine what he would say about the state of extreme inequality we have today?…Read More
Jordan Brennan explains the most likely reason the economy has tanked. “In a study recently published with the Levy Economics Institute, I explore the power underpinnings of American income inequality over the past century. The key finding: corporate concentration exacerbates income inequality, while trade union power alleviates it.…”Read More
Have you wondered what it would be like to be incredibly wealthy, and how you would handle it? With a modicum of ethical standards and imagination, any of us could easily serve the common good, if we were wealthy billionaires. What worthwhile thing would YOU do if you became incredibly wealthy?Read More
INEQUALITY FOR ALL features Robert Reich—professor, best-selling author, and Clinton cabinet member—as he demonstrates how the widening income gap has a devastating impact on the American economy.Read More
Search This Site
Top Posts & Pages
- Don't Like FCC Ruling? Boycott Home Internet Service!
- Literature has Long Been Sounding the Alarm About Sexual Violence in Hollywood | The Good Men Project
- Ancient Greeks: Plutarch on Liberties of the People
- 21 Harsh But Eye-Opening Writing Tips From Great Authors | Thought Catalog
- Nepal Festival Honors the Bond Between Humans and Canines
Subscribe to the free ...
Subscribe to the JoAnnChateau.com Newsletter and get the exclusive updates delivered to your mailbox. Yeah!
Shares, Comments, Re-Blogs & Awards
Thanks for sharing my posts with your friends. If on the same social network, I’ll strive to return the favor. ♥
Feel free to post constructive comments. I usually follow fellow-bloggers who join the discussion. ♥
You may re-blog a short excerpt without asking permission. Any traffic a re-blog sends my way is an appreciated form of reciprocation. ♥
This blog is award-free. Still, thank you for thinking of me! ♥
Copyright © 2013-17 • All Rights Reserved • JoAnnChateau.com