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Economic Justice

Blog: The Great Many Causes, and Concerns, of Economic Inequality

Nov 04, 2010 | By Casey Schoeneberger

Is inequality an inherent characteristic of free market capitalism? Is it ever acceptable? How much is too much- and what do we do about it? These were the questions and topics of an event I attended on Monday at the New America Foundation entitled The United States of Inequality, Causes, Costs, and Consequences. Read more

Legislative Activity in 2010

Many people say that Congress isn’t doing anything.  That is not accurate, and much of what Congress has done this year is very positive.  Read more

How Federal Unemployment Insurance (UI) Extensions Work

This fact sheet provides basic details about the tiers and levels of UI benefits currently under discussion. Read more

Extending the Tax Cuts

NETWORK has serious concern about extension of the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts to the two to three percent of the population with the highest income. Read more

Simone Campbell in Bethesda, MS

Date: 
Tue, 2010-10-26 04:00

NETWORK Executive Director Simone Campbell, SSS, will be presenting a workshop "God's Economy" at St. Bartholomew Church in Bethesda, MD, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Blog: Pursuing Real Development for Colombia

Oct 12, 2010 | By David Golemboski

Last week, I attended a meeting of the Council of the Americas, at which Juan Carlos Echeverry, Minister of Finance for Colombia, gave a presentation titled “Democratic Prosperity in Colombia and Main Challenges of the Santos Administration.” Read more

Tax Cuts and Job Creation?

Tax cuts for the top 2-3% percent of households have not created significant job growth or economic demand. Read more

Blog: Let's Look at Tax Reform

Oct 07, 2010 | By Casey Schoeneberger

Ben Franklin may have been right when he said that “…nothing is certain but death and taxes,” but America is not so confident when it comes to reforming the tax code. Read more

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