2019-06-27 12:22:53

Climate Crisis Has Bleak Impact on Global Inequality

Climate change affects us all differently and those who have more money, also get to pay to leave the affects of climate change, the poor and working class can't afford to.

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What You Don't Know About Bond Yields

What You Don't Know About Bond Yields

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Republican Opposes $15 Min Wage Because He Earned $6/Hour 40 Years Ago

Republican Opposes $15 Min Wage Because He Earned $6/Hour 40 Years Ago

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“Not Ready to Give Up”: Democrats Push Senate to Keep Popular $15 Minimum Wage in Stimulus Bill

“Not Ready to Give Up”: Democrats Push Senate to Keep Popular $15 Minimum Wage in Stimulus Bill

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Bernie Sanders on the Crises Facing Our Country

Bernie Sanders on the Crises Facing Our Country

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Deregulation Screwed Texas and People Died

Deregulation Screwed Texas and People Died

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Everyday Mini Chernobyl Nuclear Disasters

Everyday Mini Chernobyl Nuclear Disasters

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Pro-Fossil Fuel Senators Grill Deb Haaland as She Bids to Become First Indigenous Cabinet Secretary

Pro-Fossil Fuel Senators Grill Deb Haaland as She Bids to Become First Indigenous Cabinet Secretary

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Republicans Blame Non-Existent Green New Deal for Power Failures

Republicans Blame Non-Existent Green New Deal for Power Failures

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CNBC Host Goes Full Climate Denial on Live TV

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Economic Update: Why Capitalism Reproduces Inequality & a Solution

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This Is What Deregulation Looks Like: Some Texans Face $10K+ in Electric Bills, Others Still in Dark

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