Publisher’s note, June 27, 2022: Because the below column deals with a public health issue, we realize it should have been more rigorously edited by the Reader before publication. We […]
Leonard C. Goodman is a Chicago criminal defense attorney and co-owner of the for-profit arm of the Reader. On August 29, in the final days of our 20-year occupation of […]
Advocates say an alternate site in Washington Park is less disruptive and more beneficial to the community and the environment.
The collapse of the progressive cohort shows change won’t come from within the Democratic Party.
And meet his bosses—corporations and the investor class.
Don’t be fooled that their motives are moral.
When politicians sell out to win, we all lose.
She’s exactly the kind of judge corporate donors support.
The fights are fake but the folks pulling the strings behind the scenes are real.
If history is any guide, Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime partner is unlikely to pay the price for their crimes.
The major parties benefit too much from our rigged system to want reform.
Coronavirus bailouts are helping big donors while leaving small businesses and families behind.
America’s dangerously inefficient response to COVID-19 is what happens when plutocrats—not politicians—direct public policy.
The party is using different tools to achieve the same goal as 2016—sidelining Sanders.
Assange and Manning are being persecuted for speaking truth to power.