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Thursday, October 16,2014

Mr. Bezos comes to Washington

By Jim Hightower
And now Mr. Amazon owns a newspaper that helps shape the debate on virtually every topic of public importance — including those that affect his grand ambitions. Bezos didn’t buy a newspaper. He bought power.
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Thursday, October 16,2014

Amazon’s ruthless practices are crushing Main Street

The Amazon story, part 2: The tax-dodging predator

By Jim Hightower
Even by the anything-goes ethical code of the corporate jungle, Amazon.com’s alpha male, Jeff Bezos, is considered a ruthless predator by businesses that deal with him.
Thursday, October 16,2014

Buy local beer, books… and why not seafood?

By Jim Hightower
Thailand’s shrimp farms have been dumping untold volumes of antibiotics into their ponds — so we’re consuming the antibiotics that the imported shrimp consumed.
Thursday, October 9,2014

The mendacity of GMO purveyors

By Jim Hightower
Brand-name food peddlers are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on lobbyists, lawyers, campaign donations, PR hypesters and political manipulators so they can genetically (and dangerously) alter the dinner we put on our family tables, without bothering to tell us which items they’ve messed with.
Thursday, October 2,2014

Finding the money to fund higher education for all

By Jim Hightower
Question: Is making higher education available to every American more important to our national interest than letting Wall Street profiteers make a few more billions-of-dollars each year?
Thursday, September 25,2014

At Amazon, ‘cheap’ comes at a very hefty price

It’s time to look closer at Jeff Bezos and his online retail colossus

By Jim Hightower
Jeffrey Preston Bezos is the elfish, almost preternatural man of unbounded ambition who founded and is CEO of Amazon, the online retailing colossus that trumpets itself as “Earth’s most customer-centric company.” At first blush, you might wonder why I’m picking on a company that has built a positive reputation with millions of consumers and even has a rather hip vibe going for it.
Thursday, September 25,2014

GOP to US infrastructure: All fall down

By Jim Hightower
Since the earliest days of our U.S. of A., the most basic task of this legislative body has been to keep our national house in good repair tending to roads, bridges, rail systems, airports, school buildings, parks, Internet access, etc. Yet, with a toxic mix of anti-government ideology and fiscal foolishness, congressional Republicans have recently been blocking every serious proposal to reinvest in America’s collapsing infrastructure.
Thursday, September 18,2014

Help wash formaldehyde out of baby’s hair

By Jim Hightower
This popular Johnson & Johnson baby product has long been advertised with the comforting slogan, “No More Tears,” for the shampoo’s ingredients don’t sting a tiny tot’s eyes. That’s nice, but many mommies and daddies have become more concerned about another ingredient the corporation has not advertised: formaldehyde.
Thursday, September 11,2014

Mitch’s minimum-wage glitch

By Jim Hightower
Was it the day of the 9/11 attacks on America? No, much worse. It was the day 12 years ago when the McCain-Feingold law was approved by the Senate, imposing some limits on campaign donations by super-rich corporate interests.
Thursday, September 4,2014

Burger King pulls a Whopper on us

By Jim Hightower
Burger King, the fast food giant, bills itself as “Home of the Whopper,” a name intended to convey to burger eaters that this one is jumbo, chockfull and a whale of a deal. But “whopper” also means a prevarication, a crock, flim flam, a tall tale — ie, hogwash.
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