As Trump is about to be sworn in, the press and pundits are agog about his and his fellow Cabinet members’ deep and extensive conflicts of interest, and how dangerous they is for democracy.1 But the hue and cry about conflicts of interest is late in coming. They’ve been tolerated more and more over time […]
A close reading of the "golden showers" dossier, including sources, methods, and reported payments for information.
How police are using military technology to spy on you even better.
Black blasts Obama for prescribing austerity and presenting it as good for Americans when it is good only for financiers and the rich.
How the US and Nigeria wound up with increasingly similar systems, such as centralized, presidential-focused politics.
If “fake news” is a problem, then it’s a condemnation of the marketplace of ideas largely created by the US.
Young adults have had a very rough go and don't have good reason to expect their economic condition to improve much.
Former financial regulator Bill Black discusses how Trump's decision to hand off his business to his children poses a huge conflict of interest and is also unconstitutional.
Trump is likely to give DAPL, the Dakota Access Pipeline, an easement despite Army Corps of Engineers' objections.
Health care in America is broken and the press and pundits seem desperate to paper over how bad it is.