Recent comments from these elites show just how removed they are from the experience of everyday Americans.
Wall Street water carrier Maria Bartiromo is very concerned about those "job creators" like JP Morgan Chase as the company is on the verge of paying billions in fines.
Alex Pareene went on CNBC armed with the facts, but the hosts weren't interested. For them, all that mattered was profits.]
I am really excited that the long overdue battle over immigration reform and a path to citizenship has finally begun in earnest. While I am heartsick at the reason, it is good news that common sense gun safety laws are once again being discussed in
There is finally, finally, finally some momentum starting to build toward accountability for the biggest banks. The results of the election will determine whether it continues to build or completely fades away. I will be the first to admit
The Catfood Commission just will not die. Why am I not surprised? But you've got to love Steven Pearlstein's column this morning informing us all of the soon-to-come intervention of the "grownups in the room." Some grown-ups who have been
Former British PM Branded 'War Criminal' in Court; Pelted With Eggs While Leaving
Big corporations are getting a steady infusion of your hard-earned tax dollars... Reuters: Across the country more than 2,700 companies are collecting state income taxes from hundreds of thousands of workers - and are keeping the money
The federal government is nearing a a settlement with mortgage servicers in a case in which they are accused of initiating foreclosures based on inaccurate and sometimes fraudulent documents, or robo-signing.
Alabama Poor Cut Off From Water: 'If They Let This Stuff Happen They Are Going To Get The Biggest Riot The South Has Seen'
Community activist Sheila Tyson of Birmingham says that those hit hardest by the county sewer rate hike are near a breaking point."These people are going to end up rioting about this," she says. "If they let this stuff happen they are going to get the biggest riot the South has ever seen. Over this sewer business. I can see it coming."
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