|Blog Paul Orlowski | Corporate media and neoliberal politicians call for heavy regulation of public servants as they champion the deregulation of private industry. They've got it backwards!|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | This could have a bigger impact on the Alberta cattle trade than the packinghouse problems because XL's owner is so horizontally extended into feedlots, ranches, auction services and cattle financing.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Wildrose leader to Twittersphere: The peasants are rioting because they have no rib eye? Let them eat tainted chuck steak!|
E. coli crisis illuminates need for full corporate accountability for private food-processing companiesDavid J. Climenhaga | Major food processing companies, whatever their legal ownership structure may be, are public institutions that need to increase their transparency and accountability.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | In addition to whatever caused E. coli contamination inside XL Foods' plant in Alberta, the key participants in this fiasco have provided a textbook example of how NOT to handle a PR crisis.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The XL Foods catastrophe keeps getting worse. But from our governments, all we hear is bland assurances that there’s nothing to worry about and complaints about "too much" regulation.|
|Blog Lindsay Beyerstein | Women along the U.S.-Mexico border are buying black market Misoprostol to induce abortions.|