Bernie Sanders won't cave on the economics. It isn't that he doesn't rejoice over "other" victories. But on economic justice and fairness, he remains a hard-ass. And it resonates. Why?
Patients don't want sympathy, we want solidarity. We don't want "reasonable" solutions that disregard the destruction of social services over decades.
The job of Ontario's first Patient Ombudsman will be to hear patient complaints and make recommendations to facilities and the ministry to improve care. Is that enough to help a strained system?
As we welcome refugees in larger numbers this year, the spotlight is turned on our disintegrating social infrastructure.
While elites argue amongst themselves about how to respond to Canada's soured economic outlook, the overriding context is a transfer and concentration of economic power upwards.
Just ahead of this year's World Economic Forum in Davos, Oxfam issued a stern warning about increasing global economic inequality. And this situation continues to get ever more extreme.
As the capitalist class gathers this week for the World Economic Forum, the corridor talk is going to be about the collapsing price of share capital, as stock markets tumble around the world.
Feb 10, 2016
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Income inequality is a profound characteristic of our current political and economic system.
Many consider this to be the "season of giving," but for the payday loan industry in Ontario, it seems to be their favorite season for taking.
Democratic socialism is a bold rejection of the dominant economic model that is failing America and it has begun to engage citizens. Is hope changing sides?