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Model for a Proposed LaSalle Street Transaction Tax

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  About Dr. William Barclay Prior to retiring in 2004, Dr. Barclay worked for 22 years in financial services.  His areas of expertise were financial product creation, including development of derivative products, and business strategy planning.  During his years in …

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URGENT ACTION: Pelosi caving in to Obama on TPP Fast Track CALL NOW!

Posted on by Roxane Assaf | Posted in Links of the Week, Social Justice, U.S. Foreign Policy | 1 Comment

  Dear Friends,   Please call Nancy Pelosi's offices.  Washington, DC 202-225-4965  and CA  415-556-4862.  She is in a leadership position in the House and we need her leadership with those Dems who have not agreed to vote against Fast …

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WHISTLEBLOWERS: Stand Up for Truth with Jerome McDonnell and Former NSA Tech Director

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Event Photos:                              Go to CAN TV's video: Here's the audio link thanks to CAPA friend Dale Lehman: Listen to Jerome McDonnell's WBEZ radio "Worldview" interview with …

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“Drinking Liberally” with CAPA

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Socializing for social justice: Evanston Chapter of the national network "Drinking Liberally" at Prairie Moon with Chicago Area Peace Action  [Click on images below to see entire album]

NAKED CAPITALISM: Claims about Markets are Wrong

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|  by Ed Walker |  It is a truth universally acknowledged by all good citizens that markets are the only way to organize a society. The implication is that the role of government is to support and protect the operations …

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Capitalism in America: Giving Crazy a Bad Name While Subverting Democracy

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| by John Atcheson | Ever since Milton Friedman’s series of essays on Capitalism and Freedom, conservatives have tried to link democracy and capitalism into essential handmaidens. But as the evidence shows, it’s a reality-busting bundle that only a psychotic …

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CAPA’s Statement on Unrest in Baltimore after the Killing of Freddie Gray

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We would have written these basic sentiments, but John Angelos, son of Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos, so eloquently speaks our minds in his response to remarks from a member of his media audience, we let him tell it: Brett …

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Rationalizing Lunacy: Andrew Bacevich on How We Got Here

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Andrew Bacevich for the Huffington Post | Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com Policy intellectuals — eggheads presuming to instruct the mere mortals who actually run for office — are a blight on the republic. Like some invasive species, they infest present-day Washington, …

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Caring too much: Solidarity a Scourge? AUSTERITY = CURSE of WORKING CLASS

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"What I can't understand is, why aren't people rioting in the streets?" I hear this, now and then, from people of wealthy and powerful backgrounds. There is a kind of incredulity. "After all," the subtext seems to read, "we scream …

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