Carillion – A Bailout By Any Other Name

At PMQs today, Theresa May’s arguments, like Carillion’s finances, were on the verge of collapse. May insisted that while the government are doing everything they can to contain the Carillion crisis, it’s also completely not their fault and also none of their business. The right honorable gentleman said earlier in one of his questions it […]

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AskProfWolff: PG&E Bankruptcy and Worker Co-ops

This is Richard Wolff with a response to a question sent in from our Patreon community and in particular from Matt Slagle. Good question! Very much worth a response! Matt asks about the tremendous controversy in California over the performance—or better put the malperformance, the bad performance—of a major public utility there: Pacific Gas and […]

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Economic Update: Reparations and Forgiving Student Debts

Welcome, friends, to another edition of Economic Update, a weekly program devoted to the economic dimensions of our lives. I’m your host, Richard Wolff. I want to jump right into a remarkable story. I want to talk about people who don’t get talked about enough. Two million Americans are what we call “home healthcare workers.” […]

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Kennedy Classics: The Bankruptcy of Socialism – Dr. D. James Kennedy

THIS IS KENNEDY CLASSICS WITH DR. D. JAMES KENNEDY WELCOME TO KENNEDY CLASSICS WELCOME TO KENNEDY CLASSICS. I’M JERRY NEWCOMBE. AND I’M JENNIFER CASSIDY. EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK, PEOPLE ARE STRUGGLING AS AMERICA SUFFERS THROUGH THE WORST ECONOMIC DOWNTURN IN DECADES. WHAT SHOULD WE DO ABOUT IT? HOW CAN WE BEST HELP PEOPLE WHO ARE BEING […]

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