Matthew Cunningham-Cook is a writer and researcher with expertise in health care, retirement policy, and capital markets. A contributor to The Intercept, he is a researcher for a nurses union in Pennsylvania. He was previously a public sector researcher for the Communications Workers of America, and has written for The Nation, Al Jazeera, and In These Times.
Nursing Home Industry Avoids Scrutiny for Covid-19 Deaths as Powerful Lobby Goes to Work
Just two nursing home executives have been indicted for Covid-19 deaths, while the industry showered millions on candidates, PACs, and lobbying.
Rebekah Mercer Raised Specter of “Armed Conflict” in 2019 Book
The billionaire heir has been financing a host of right-wing individuals and groups involved in the storming of the Capitol.
As Fed Chair, Janet Yellen Discounted Economic Desperation. The Pandemic Will Likely Force a Different Approach.
Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen will face the Senate on Tuesday for her confirmation hearing.
Arizona GOP Chair Urged Violence at the Capitol. The Mercers Spent $1.5 Million Supporting Her.
The billionaire Republican megadonors have funded numerous organizations now peddling baseless claims about the election.