Category archives: economic justice

Pricing the Priceless

The market has not solved the problem of power: it has simply given it another name. Read more.

Robber Barons

Why do we ignore the most blatant transfer of money from the poor to the rich? Read more.

Elevation

Who do Bono and the ONE campaign really represent: the very poor or the very rich? Read more.

Enough Already

There is no point at which those who accumulate money become satisfied. Read more.

Stunt Man

Our record-breaking petition has been dismissed as a stunt by the minister it targets. But it has a serious purpose. Read more.

Line of Battle

The line that separates the public from the private sphere is arbitrary, but fiercely policed. Read more.

Smart Phones, Dumb Companies

17 years, and the phone companies still haven’t sorted out the issue of conflict minerals Read more.

A Telling Silence

Why we need land value taxation. Read more.

Bang Goes the Theory

How neoliberalism trashed your life, but made the super-rich even richer. Read more.

The Fat of the Land

Robbing the poor, trashing the natural world: Europe’s farm subsidies are an obscenity. Read more.

Romnesia

A potent myth is being used to justify economic capture by a parasitic class. Read more.

After Capitalism

An animation calling for economic democracy. Read more.

Scorched Earth Economics

Why have the Year Zero policies of neoliberalism not been abandoned? Read more.

The Great Pay Robbery

Here’s why the government’s proposals on executive pay won’t work – and why we need a maximum wage. Read more.

Big Farmer

The poorest taxpayers are subsidising the richest people in Europe: and this spending will remain uncut until at least 2020. Read more.

The Corporate Welfare State

Despite the crisis, it’s still socialism for the 1%, capitalism for the rest. Read more.

The Self-Attribution Fallacy

Intelligence? Talent? No, the ultra-rich got to where they are through luck and brutality. Read more.

Wealth Destroyers

The Corporation of the City of London has harmed you more than you know. Read more.

Sounding the Deeps

If this analysis is correct, a Great Depression is all but inevitable. Read more.

More Cuts Please

The government is burning the money that could save public services. Read more.