Any real climate change program must deal with a triple challenge, which can only be met by global agreement to replace competition with cooperation.
An article recently written in Forbes by a Mr. Ralph Benko proposes "human capitalism" as the solution to the shrinking wages and economic stagnation.
Five years ago, in the wake of the worst economic crisis in U.S. history since the Great Depression, Obama signed the Dodd-Frank act into law.
The heroic struggle of the Greek people against a nation-killing austerity regime has failed, at least for now.
I am opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, as well as the enabling legislation being debated in Congress.
This kind of economy stands on three legs: raw materials, cheap labor, and as little regulation from government as possible.
Unless you've spent the winter lost on the Pacific Crest Trail, you know that middle-class incomes have slipped again.
The European debt crisis goes back to the end of the roaring '90s when the banks were flush with money and looking for ways to raise their bottom lines.
Finally, most people outside the one percent at the top are realizing that the vast gulf of inequality is very dangerous for our country and the world.
Today, all of us can be ordinary citizens, using the singular eye of smartphones, blogs, and shares, to expand everyone's vision.