Fans of the renewable energy industry like to boast that the costs of solar and wind power are dropping. What they never mention is where most of those “savings” are coming from — American taxpayers.
Last week, the Vatican hosted a conference on the theme of “Nonviolence and Just Peace.”
As we commemorate Earth Day on April 22, we are called upon to recommit to protecting our planet to ensure that the human species and our fellow beings will have a long-term future.
One of the many tools at the disposal of multinational corporations (MNCs) for maximizing profits and undermining state sovereignty is moving operations to low-tax countries.
On average, Arkansas women employed full time, year round are paid just 78 cents for every dollar paid to men — a yearly pay gap of $8,755.
Here in America, we celebrate democracy by staying in touch with the lack of it.
Fayetteville cat lovers rejoice, we are getting our own special place to hang out with felines and get some purr therapy when “Purr Catfe” officially opens for business on Wednesday, April 6.
We’ve had our first big vote, and I’m doing my best to dig Tulsi Gabbard’s endorsement of Bernie Sanders out from beneath the pile of Super Tuesday numbers and media declarations of winners and losers.
That conservative forces have long sought to squash dissent and curtail rigorous academic debate on campuses is far from a secret.
Maybe if we declared “war” on poison water, we’d find a way to invest money in its “defeat.”