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Video: Corporations Cutting Jobs After Tax Cut

Remember when CEOs were swearing up and down they’d create thousands of jobs if Congress passed the Republican tax plan?

The ink was not even dry on the new tax law before some of these same CEOs started announcing they’d be cutting jobs — not creating them.

In this video, Sarah Anderson talks about how corporate executives are using the proceeds from the new tax law to enrich themselves and their wealthy shareholders.

The GOP’s tax giveaways to big corporations — unless we repeal them — will be the party for the 1% that never ends.

How the World Remembers Marc Raskin (1934-2017)

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Marc Raskin at IPS, 1981 (Photo: George Tames / The New York Times)

Marcus Raskin, the co-founder of the Institute for Policy Studies, passed away shortly before the New Year. He was 83.

A Tribute to Institute for Policy Studies Co-founder Marcus Raskin

Institute for Policy Studies staff and friends are mourning the loss of Marcus G. Raskin, who co-founded the Institute in 1963 and remained a Distinguished Fellow of the organization until his death at age 83 on December 24.

What Makes Muslim Ban 3.0 So Dangerous

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Muslims and supporters rally against Islamophobia (Photo: Fibonacci Blue / Flickr)

From ”Me Too” to “Not One More”

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From Congress to Hollywood, 42 and counting men in power have been brought down by sexual assault allegations since October — most recently a failed Republican Senate candidate in deep-red Alabama.

Naturally, this has people asking: Is this a watershed moment?

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