Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who together with her husband Bill Clinton has earned more than $100 million in speaking fees from corporations and business foundations, told the Guardian last weekend she was “unlike” the “truly well off.”
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released a staff paper noting that corporate tax avoidance negatively impacts all economies, but hurts developing countries the most. The IMF's release comes as the G20, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and United Nations bodies seek vehicles to diminish corporate tax avoidance.
After the full broadcast interview, Bill so enjoyed his conversation with Bacevich that they kept talking, delving topics such as the Vietnam War, our evolving relationship with Iran and neoconservatives views on US foreign policy. Watch the extended interview
The Catholic Church in Spain, and around the world, works to restrict abortion rights. FEMIN is a direct action propaganda group. They seek to spread their ideas widely by putting on dramatic protests that may be seen by many.
At the risk of oversimplifying the definition of revolution, I dare say it involves three dynamics: critique and destruction of the existing social order, building a new world, and the continuous reinvention of the self.
Secular ethical human rights can be adopted as the ethical base of any political party. And because secular ethical human rights virtually equate with the Golden Rule espoused by the major religions religious parties can play a much greater role in politics.