Many states have made it easier for communities to secede from their school district, thus allowing them to segregate again.
US economic policy will eventually pressure U citizens to emigrate just as it caused millions to leave Russia, the Baltic States and now Greece in search of a better life, economist Michael Hudson tells The Real News Network.
Jeff Cohen, media scholar at Ithaca College and founder of the watchdog group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, reviews Clinton's history of "progressivism" and laughs.
“The finance ministers of Europe are not all in favor of balancing the budget if it has to be balanced by taxing the rich,” says economist Michael Hudson (not pictured) of the ongoing confrontation over the Greek debt crisis.
Michael Hudson, an economist at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, says the terms attached to the loans made by the IMF to Ukraine are likely to turn its people into penniless serfs of international banks.
Sharmini Peries, foreign policy advisor to Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, talks about Latin America's most contentious leader -- and thorn in Washington's side -- since Fidel Castro. Peries became advisor to President Hugo Chavez after interviewing him and members of the Venezuelan government while she was on assignment for India's magazine Frontline in 2004.