Fukushima USA Hell or High Water

SoSome politicians are so determined to serve their corporate patrons that even disasters like Fukushima can’t lessen their anti-government zeal. The expression for that kind of determination is “Come hell […]
Richard Eskow
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The War Against the Republic The Battle of Madison

Sometimes it’s worth looking at current events through the eyes of a historian chronicling the end of an age, or those of a district attorney in a time of corruption. […]
Richard Eskow
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Cuts vs More Cuts Thats No Debate

Demanding bold solutions to today’s jobs crisis.Read the series » Register for The Summit on Jobs & America’s Future » Earlier this week, Senate Democratic leaders said their budget would […]
Bill Scher
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Jobs No Narrow Rape Definition Yes

The new Congress was elected by promising things to voters, but now in office they are doing different things. It is as if they said what they needed to say […]

The Wall Street Empire Strikes Back

It’s on. The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission released its report today, and it’s already under attack by the Four Horsemen of the Economic Apocalypse: the Ideologue, the Lobbyist, the Think-Tanker, […]
Richard Eskow
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US Chamber Attacks FCIC as Job-killing Wikileakers

In a response to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission releasing its final report on the financial crisis today, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce pitched a hissy fit calling the report […]
Mary Bottari
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Set the Course Finish The Job On Financial Reform

Two years into his first term, President Obama can claim credit for two passing historic reforms — health care reform and financial reform. However, both were merely a beginning — […]
Terrance Heath
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Fix Foreclosure Fraud With a Borrowers Bill of Rights

People are debating the need for a “systemic fix”to address the foreclosure crisis. What we really need is a systemic redesign, from the ground up. Fortunately, the design was laid […]
Richard Eskow
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What Does Wikileaks have on Bank of America

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is promising to unleash a cache of secret documents from the hard drive of a U.S. megabank executive. In 2009, he told Computer World that the […]
Mary Bottari
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Letters From Foreclosure Hell

From ‘Single Mom‘: “I lost everything, I am now losing the roof over our heads, my 30 year history of good credit, my self-respect. I cried at night, sobbed really, […]
Richard Eskow
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The New Silent Majority

In 2008, Barack Obama said this: “I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not …” He might want to rethink that […]
Richard Eskow
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The Emo Executive A Self-Help Plan for Jamie Dimon

I don’t hate Jamie Dimon. He’s smart and hard-working, and undoubtedly wants to believe that his work contributes to society. But his bank continues to harm millions of Americans, and […]
Richard Eskow
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Are Tea Party Members Getting Played

Are the Main Street Tea Party members getting “played” by Wall Street and big-corporate billionaires? There is a big, big, big difference between what the regular members and the big-money […]

Ben Bernankes Secret Global Bank

Thanks to tremendous public pressure and the recently passed Wall Street reform bill, the U.S. Federal Reserve was forced to reveal the details of its emergency bailout of the financial […]
Mary Bottari
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