50 Democratic congressmembers joined Jayapal in introducing an amendment to “put power back into the hands of people.”
Corporations mustn’t be designated gatekeepers with the power to decide who gets to communicate and who doesn’t.
The Siletz River Ecosystem in Oregon wants the courts to recognize and protect its right to be free from toxic trespass.
The issue is not simply police misconduct and brutality, but the growing use of systemic terror.
A legal victory for Apple could produce precedents that establish new corporate constitutional rights.
Susan George, author of “Shadow Sovereigns,” discusses the rise of corporate personhood on a global scale.
Corporate speech advocacy groups are trying to chip away at what’s left of disclosure requirements.