It’s a problem when we think we have no power in dealing with corporations. That’s what the words “standard in the industry” and “boilerplate” are meant to do. They’re meant to make us feel powerless. But we do have power. We have power when we are informed. We have power when we use our voices, and when we use our feet. We have power when we act together.
Patheos Pagan, owned by an evangelical Christian corporation. is now censoring their writers. Here is a post they deleted.
Sophia Burns questions the ethics and efficacy of revolutionary front groups.
John Halstead discusses Distributism as a rejection of both capitalism and socialism.
From Sable Aradia: "...as long as managers are playing with other people's money without consequence they will continue to take dangerous risks;"
A new series from Rhyd Wildermuth on Liberal Democracy and its failures. 1: Regarding Brexit, Oaxaca, and the Loi Travail
When I was ten years old, my parents sat me down and with tight lips they explained that Daddy’s union was on strike and so we would be “tightening our […]