Despite their ballooning wealth, the corporate rich are using their power to demand more tax breaks and protect their industrial-scale tax dodging. Peter Boyle reports.
Ten million workers are struggling but Australia’s national net wealth, if redistributed, could end the crushing poverty which directly accounts for at least 10% of the suicide toll. Gerry Georgatos reports.
Superannuation tax concessions now cost as much as the age pension and more than the National Disability Insurance Scheme, writes Peter Boyle.
Oxfam's annual report on global inequality is a damning indictment of the chronically inequitable capitalist system, argues Peter Boyle.
Greens, Socialist Alliance and Australian Progressives protested against the stage 3 tax cuts for the rich at Treasurer Jim Chalmers' Logan office. Alex Bainbridge reports.
ABC’s Australian Story rehashed the billionaire philanthropy trope in its episode about the second-richest person in Australia, Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest. Peter Boyle reports.
As the rich and powerful have always done, Clive Palmer is boasting he will spend $100 million on influencing the outcome of the federal election. Peter Boyle reports.
Since the pandemic began a new billionaire has been created every 26 hours, according to Oxfam. Jessie de Waal reports.
Billionaires are profitting from the COVID-19 crisis while lower income countries struggle to secure vaccines. Peter Boyle argues that the global vaccine apartheid is a symptom of the billionaire-profit-first system that is capitalism.
The Greens' proposal for wealth tax is a good start, but only a mass union and community campaign will be able to force the billionaire class to pay up, argues Peter Boyle.
The federal government plans to spend $130 billion for a wage subsidy, but Peter Boyle argues it is more a corporate survival subsidy.
A decade ago the left believed that it could use social media to outflank the established mass media. But it is the far right that now dominates social media, writes Phil Hearse.
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