Moe Tkacik is a senior fellow at the American Economic Liberties Project and, until recently, a waitress.
If We Don’t Break Up Big Tech, We’ll All Be Uber Drivers Soon
Big tech is a common enemy for workers and small business owners—but some on the Left just don't see it.
Workers Blow the Whistle on Mass Death
Private equity firms have imposed austerity measures on the hospitals they acquire. In a pandemic, that’s meant countless preventable deaths.
Corporate America Fleeced Us Again
The coronavirus bill is an orgy of corporate welfare that rivals the 2008 bailout.
Make Elizabeth Warren Hate Again
We don't just need Elizabeth Warren's ideas. We need her rage.
When the Bankers Took Manhattan: Austerity’s New York Roots
The new book Fear City documents the slide of New York City from vibrant social democracy to neoliberal abyss.
Judges Blind To Justice
Matt Taibbi's new book, The Divide, illuminates the corruption in our courtrooms.
Real Shallow Housewives
Orange County's pathological consumers deconstructed.