[VIDE0] Europeans call it "austerity" and Americans call it "fiscal responsibility," but both of these titles duck the true nature of what slashing services for low-income citizens to pay for the mistakes of a financial crisis really amounts to: class politics. Mark Blyth, a professor of international political economy at Brown University, explains why placing the burdens of the financial crisis on those who can least afford it will leave us all worse off in the long run.
Citizen Doug was the location recordist for the political ad Peter Brown's Third Ad: Community, Focused On Public Safety. Shot by DP Mark Gunning. The ad was lit by Mark Clark of The Lighting Zone. Here's another project I shot with Mark Gunning
If no one else can persuade Jerry Brown to meet the hunger strikers’ demands, Mark Fiore can http://sfbayview.com/2013/if-no-... Check out the cartoon world renowned political cartoonist Mark Fiore sent to the Chronicle today. Beneath the video, Mark Fiore wrote: “I know it’s sacrilege to mess with this song, but the days of...
Dutton Law, the latest brainfart from a goverment bereft of common sense, would see the likes of Simon Crean, Mark Latham & Bob Brown lose citizenship for protesting against the Iraq War, not to men..... https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/more-arguments-against-the-dutton-plan,7791