80 years after the chartering of the Export-Import Bank by Franklin D. Roosevelt, a curious coalition of legislators and think tanks have set out to destroy this legacy institution, and with it a significant part of America’s waning industrial capabilities.

Webster Tarpley revisits his riveting lecture to the 2014 Left Forum. Essential, a must watch! Continued at tarpley.net

CNN's shot of the Capitol Building was interrupted through numerous segments by UFAA signage

Webster Tarpley led a contingent of UFAA activists in various interventions in Washington DC leading up to inauguration day. The highlight of the weekend was UFAA's scene-stealing appearance on CNN, where a live broadcast was interrupted for over 30 minutes by a sign demanding the 1% Wall Street Sales Tax.

Make the private Fed accountable to the needs of the American people. Force it to finance an American economic revolution with trillions in cheap, long-term credit for infrastructure, industry and public needs.

Wall Street speculators – not the American people – are responsible for the ongoing economic depression. Make them pay! We demand a 1% sales tax on stocks, bonds and derivatives to stop all state and federal budget cuts.

Jun 21, 2014

Matt Folger and Evan Spadoni expose the reactionary agenda of Free Trade and globalization. A fascinating and wide-ranging discussion. Subscribe for updates at ucy.tv

Jun 21, 2014

Webster Tarpley revisits his riveting lecture to the 2014 Left Forum. Essential, a must watch!

May 4, 2014

PBS, EuroTobin, Piketty, the Party Duopoly & Debunking Peter Schiff Continued

Apr 28, 2014

Is Elizabeth Warren presidential material? UFAA activist Matt Folger's review of her new book suggests her to be an honest legislator, but exposes certain areas of dangerous naivete. Plus, geopolitics at work in Ukraine, The Economist stokes inter-generational conflict, and a continued debunking of Austrian School "economist" Peter Schiff.

Apr 27, 2014

Haneul Na'avi of The Last Defense interviews UFAA activist Alain Lareau in a wide-ranging discussion centered around the 1% Wall Street Sales Tax.