Guatemala City -
The people of Guatemala vote today in presidential elections where there is no clear favorite. The country has been immersed in the worst political crisis in decades by a wave of corruption scandals that led President Otto Pérez to jail.
While the world waits for corrupt politicians to pass legislation against political corruption, we can start voting with our dollars to help decentralize and diminish the political-economic powers that control us.
The recent revelation of the Wikileaks plot and collusive smear campaign by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is not surprising, but the implication of the U.S. Department of Justice is, and that warrants a closer look.
Faux 'Tea Party' movements funded by billionaires like the Koch brothers, and foreign funds from the 'U.S.' Chamber of Commerce could return this country to the G.W. Bush administration days or worse. Now more than ever, it's important to vote
The fallacies about the Gulf Coast oil disaster being over are nothing but propaganda being used to mislead an unsuspecting public. People are dying to keep keep the true magnitude of the disaster covered up and the crisis is far from over
When collusion and secrecy kills: the lies and deceptions used by BP and the government to conceal rising reports of illnesses and injuries, and lethal levels of toxic chemicals devastating the Gulf Coast are criminal
More than a month after the Gulf Coast oil disaster, as the still-spewing oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico grows larger, both BP and the White House appear to be trying to hide and manipulate information about the true extent of the damages
An NYT investigative report offers more insight into the predatory practices of Goldman Sachs, their role in pushing AIG to brink of bankruptcy, and more evidence suggesting the financial bailout was fraudulent and illegal
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reacts during a news conference in Trenton January 9, 2014. Christie fired a top aide at the center of a brewing scandal that public officials orchestrated a massive traffic snarl on the busy George Washington Bridge to settle a political score