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Fighting for Corporate Welfare Behind Closed Doors

Sep 21, 2016 by AFP

Presidential candidates used to be picked by men in smoke-filled Washington, D.C. backrooms. Those days may be over, but that doesn’t mean backroom deals still aren’t determining key policy decisions in our nation’s capital. The fate of the Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank may be decided by such a deal. This once-obscure government agency provides taxpayer-backed financial support to large corporations, as well as foreign businesses and enterprises owned by foreign governments. For years Congress routinely reauthorized the bank by a simple voice vote, with little fanfare. That changed in 2014, when…

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An American Dream that Almost Never Was

Sep 15, 2016 by AFP

As the son of immigrants, Henry Kriegel feels a deep connection to what it means to fight for the American Dream. During World War II, his father fought in the Polish army, rising through the ranks to become a captain, while his mother endured eight concentration camps. Despite all odds, they both survived. After the…

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