Identifying Eight Trillion Dollars in U. S. Federal Savings and Revenue Increases: 23 Ways to Help Balance the U. S. Federal Budget

By Skip Robinson Ph.D. The U. S. Congressional Supercommittee fell from the sky in flames. (Not that it was any great surprise.) It could not reach its goal to manage a bipartisan agreement for $1.2 trillion or more in new revenues and cuts – which could have significantly begun to flag the lowering of the […]

Occupy Wall Street: Mobs, Media, and Message

  When the Tea Party formed, in 2009, they rolled up in billionaire chartered buses, handed out pamphlets, and were often hosted by national figures, like former Republican Speaker of the House Dick Armey. It turns out, a few of the many Koch brother’s front groups, like Freedom Works and Americans for Prosperity, have been […]