Occupy Wall Street’s inner circle, a group known as Occupy the SEC, has filed a lawsuit in federal court that names, well, every federal regulator of Wall Street that currently serves.
by Justin Acuff •
Big Banking is preventing free market competition by surreptitiously acquiring government endorsement because of their size.
by Elisabeth Parker •
President Barack Obama has taken many strides towards reversing 40 years of conservative policies, let’s raise a New Years’ Toast to four more years!
by State of thought •
A simple graphic to show you how the recovery came about.
This is not a good week for Mitt Romney which means it’s a great one for the country’s future.
by Emine Dilek •
Why are gas prices surging to levels unseen since the 2008 oil spike while the oil companies reporting record profits? Much of the problem is actually created by Wall Street traders here in the USA who gamble on oil prices and powerful multinational companies that manipulate the supply and demand by stockpiling oil when the price is low and expected to rise in the near future.
by Robert Katula •
Despite taking billions in taxpayer bailout money and continuing to foreclose at an alarming rate, BoA is still seeking to gouge its customers however it can.
by Winning Progressive •
President Obama started 2012 off well yesterday when he made a recess appointment of Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (‘CFPB’).
During a conservative radio show with Bill Bennett last week, GOP Rep. Paul Ryan agreed with a caller that the big banks should once again be regulated by Glass-Steagall.