Maintaining favor in the public eye as well as regularly excusing themselves from public scrutiny or legal consequence, the U.S.’s most powerful corporations continue enabling their national stranglehold through hypocritical and strategically publicized political commentary.
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Steadily dismantling the definitive legal strides of Warren and Brandeis, the American right to privacy prevails, but increasingly more illusory, amid recent expansions and potentially ongoing abuses of state power.
The Supreme Court’s decision in the landmark case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission continues producing historic levels of corporate influence on policy and risking gradual erosion of the nation’s democratic process.
Turning his back on numerous campaign promises, President Biden’s aversion to a formal press conference marks another entry in this year’s developing trend of political ambiguity and fuels the administration’s image of illusionary progress.
Cementing itself as a center-stage issue for Western nations, China’s ongoing economic growth and infrastructural fortification call for heightened American vigilance, but certainly not panic.
Following President Joe Biden’s non-congressionally approved bombing of Iranian-backed Shia militias in Syria, the administration’s foreign policy fails to produce effective countermeasures against the most life-threatening elements of the Saudi Arabian monarchy.
Capitalism risks descent into authoritarian or oligarchical pitfalls. In fact, there’s a considerable amount of evidence, particularly from the last twenty-five years, suggesting national economic descent is well underway.