By Economic Left on January 16, 2023 • ( 0 )
This constitutes “home equity theft,” argues the Pacific Legal Foundation — when the government takes more than what is necessary to satisfy the tax debt.
By Economic Left on January 13, 2023 • ( 0 )
Republican representatives have stated that the bloated Pentagon budget will not be targeted in these spending cuts.
These investments, now virtually worthless, illustrate the catastrophic fall from FTX’s peak valuation of around $32 billion.
By Economic Left on January 12, 2023 • ( 0 )
In Missouri, a new law makes it a crime to sleep on state property, resulting in a $750 fine or imprisonment for those who sleep in public parks or under city highways.
He also argued that white people lack institutional privilege and that issues in black communities stem from fatherlessness, not racism.
By Economic Left on January 11, 2023 • ( 0 )
While police reforms were passed in some states, many advocates argue that greater investments in communities are needed to address rising police violence.
People are outraged by the cruelty of the art gallery owner — casually leaning on a railing while hosing down the woman — especially given the freezing temperatures.
The driver told the CHP that their Tesla’s “full self-driving” mode was responsible for the crash, which injured nine and sent a child to the hospital.
By Economic Left on January 10, 2023 • ( 0 )
A Long Island man has filed a $5 million federal lawsuit against The Hershey Company, alleging that the company’s dark chocolate contains dangerous levels of heavy metals.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently imposed $3.7 billion in penalties on Wells Fargo, one of the largest issuers of medical credit cards, for a range of abuses.