Monthly Archives: October 2011

Charter Revocation Update: Mine workers charge Massey with “Industrial Homicide”

“Industrial homicide” by a “rogue corporation.” That’s the verdict this week from the United Mine Workers  Association after an exhaustive investigation and report into the April 2010 explosion that killed 29 men at Massey Energy’s Upper Big Branch Mine. The Mine … Continue reading

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Coming soon: Corporations Are Not People

I was happy to hear that my publisher, Berrett-Koehler, has accelerated the launch of Corporations Are Not People. It should be in stores by December, and can be pre-ordered now. Here’s the flyer: Corporations Are Not People flyer_Clements

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Occupy Wall Street Demands Seem Pretty Clear

Last week I visited the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City. Here are some photos that convey what I observed. People from all walks of life: People who are trying to wrest their country back from corporate domination: … Continue reading

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Sign at NYC protest: “The Citizens Are United Against Citizens United”

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The Realistic Solution to Citizens United

Representative Donna Edwards of Maryland, joined by ranking Judiciary Committee member Rep. John Conyers, Jr. and fifteen co-sponsors, has introduced a Constitutional Amendment resolution that would overturn Citizens United v. FEC. This 28th Amendment would allow the American people once again … Continue reading

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