Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind has apparently never met a free trade agreement he didn't like. Note it is always a “free trade” agreement, never a “fair trade” agreement.
This July marks the three-year anniversary of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., Gov. Scott Walker's flagship economic development agency. WEDC has been mired in allegations of incompetence and skirting the law since 2012, but how has it performed when it comes to its top priority of creating jobs for the people of Wisconsin?
All across the country, public services are increasingly outsourced to private contractors in the name of efficiency and cost savings. But a new report shows that outsourcing hurts workers.
A majority of the Senate recently voted to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour recently, yet the bill failed to clear the 60 vote hurdle necessary for passage -- thanks in no small part to the political power of the National Restaurant Association, the restaurant industry's trade association.
The Center for Media and Democracy and Progress Missouri today released a new report, "Reporters Guide to Rex Sinquefield and the Show-Me Institute," that will be an eye opener for Missouri residents and national press.
If our leaders want to balance the budget, here’s a suggestion: Congress can scrap a new “Paris Hilton” giveaway that’s draining billions of federal tax dollars.
In 2014, for the first time in three years, the vote to extend the nation's debt ceiling did not bring the United States to the brink of default in a high-stakes game of slash and burn.
America's income inequality has grown so wide that the current "recovery" is driven primarily by the upper fifth of income earners.
With the financial recovery looking more like the Great Recession, people are turning to the real goods and services of the earth economy.
Connecticut made history in 2011 as the first state to require employers to provide paid sick leave to all full-time and part-time employees.