Published Articles

The fundamental problem in the eurozone isn’t Greek debt or Spanish banks. It’s low German wages. READ MORE

June 6, 2012

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, nor even a reduced-price lunch, when it comes to educating our children. READ MORE

May 30, 2012

The debt crisis in Greece has any number of solutions. One has the rich of Greece all agog with fond expectations. READ MORE

May 29, 2012

Families with two breadwinners can end up paying more than twice as much in Social Security taxes as families with just one income. READ MORE

May 28, 2012

California can and should find the $1 billion it needs to maintain its current bare-bones CalWORKs support. READ MORE

May 22, 2012

Historically, austerity has always hit hardest on those who have the most to lose: the rich and powerful. Today’s austerity has reversed that historic pattern — and widened the gap between society’s most financially fortunate and everyone else. READ MORE

May 21, 2012

America’s corporations are doing better than ever. Corporate profits are at all-time record highs. Corporate taxes are at record lows. So, why are the top 1 percent so angry? READ MORE

May 16, 2012

Europe’s big banks and vulture hedge funds should pay the price for austerity, not government workers and the poor. READ MORE

May 15, 2012