Mitt Romney and Bain Capital provide a glimpse into the fatal flaws of capitalism.
Mitt Romney said that his business experience would make him a good steward of the economy - maybe I'm missing something.
Mass unemployment has been a feature of capitalism since it emerged as the dominant social system in 17th century England and spread throughout the world.
A tiny minority can, by sticking to its principles, get the vast majority to come around to its way of thinking.
The so-called "debt ceiling" crisis is upon us and it's becoming a test of sanity how long it will take all reasonable people to conclude that the Republican Party has painted its teeth orange, and jumped off a cliff.
Kenneth William Appelhans, a staunch fighter for the rights of all workers, died June 29 at the age of 75.
I've long been a firm believer in public health care for all. Why not? We've had hugely successful Social Security and Medicare for decades.
Hopefully, if asked about the road to socialism, people of socialist inclinations can give a better answer than two Mainers did to a lost traveler.
I am often asked thought-provoking questions about U.S. socialism and what it would look like. My reply is something like this.
Specific themes and topics of the book include the anti-nuclear movement and the needed unification of environmentalists and unions.