"The man of great wealth owes a particular obligation to the state," Teddy Roosevelt noted a century ago, "because he derives special advantages from the mere existence of government."
Millions of American families are feeling the burden of ever increasing gas prices.
Spencer Livingston's "Occupy Wall Street" is a mellow, melodic meditation on the feelings of economic injustice that sparked the movement.
Occupy Oakland's National Day of Action, Nov. 2, 2011, is a day to be remembered for the lessons it offers us.
The Occupy movement has left a distinct mark on the political landscape, yet what direction it will choose to go in is still unclear.
Was it the Christmas spirit or the street heat that was getting to Walker? The governor will soon find out that 2012 is going to be a whole lot hotter.
With the presidential election looming over 2012, we should take a cue from our Kenyan brothers and sisters. We need to take our analysis of the gross negligence of our financial institutions into the electoral arena.
Every social movement has inspired artists to enlist their talents to create cultural expressions that in turn stir the masses and broaden the cause.
2011 will be remembered as the year workers occupied capitals to defend union rights and the jobs of millions of public workers.
Financial industry insiders are grousing about a big downturn in annual bonuses. They should be thanking about the rest of us.