More than 100 years ago, Congress surrendered the power to create money to private banks. If we take it back, we can extinguish debt, rebuild public infrastructure and propel the economy forward like a rocket.
The International Monetary Fund has said it will not participate in a new bailout for Greece until an “explicit and concrete agreement” on debt relief is reached by the country’s eurozone creditors.
In a move that looks at once like a boost for Greece's economic cause and grounds for further complication among eurozone member countries, the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday warned that it might pull its support for the proposed bailout plan unless other nations agree to whittle down some of Greece's debt.
You don't have to be a pop star to raise awareness, but it sure helps. Good Magazine looks back at the life and activism of U2's Bono, who's done quite a bit with his hobby.