Hudson, author of "J Is for Junk Economics," talks about the now-discarded Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and the president's first hundred hours.
In his new book, “J is for Junk Economics,” the renegade economist analyzes the language technocrats use to pass off our age’s prevailing economic theory as something other than a blueprint for state-sanctioned pillage.
Political economist Michael Hudson explains how economic terms such as “capital gains” are deployed to mislead the public about who is benefiting from economic policy and where the wealth is going.
The results of the 2016 election show that mobilizing identity politics behind a bankster program will no longer work. To save their party, Democrats must get the Clintons and their backers, such as former Treasury secretary Robert Rubin (pictured), to leave.
If Hillary Clinton is more capable of wielding US military and financial dominance to endanger lives at home and abroad, does that make Trump the better choice in 2016? Hudson weighs in during an interview with Renegade Inc military and financial dominance to endanger lives at home and abroad, does that make Trump the better choice in 2016? Hudson (pictured) weighs in during an interview with Renegade Inc.
In his new book, "The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality," Scottish economist Angus Deaton practices public relations for the rich.
“Nobody has, I think, in American history, merged their public service as secretary of state or president with their private gains to the extent that Hillary has,” economist Michael Hudson told The Real News Network.
Western economies are shrinking as people are compelled to spend more and more of their income on credit card, mortgage and college debt, leaving less and less for goods and services, says financial economist Michael Hudson.