"What I am suggesting, in other words, is that the financial crisis worked out the way it did ... because Obama and his team wanted it to work out that way."
Elizabeth Warren criticized President Obama for picking Wall Street-oriented economic advisers, but rejected Thomas Frank's attempt to invoke the Green Lantern theory of the presidency.
'Strikingly unoriginal thinking' explains why the Democratic Party looks to be headed for another disaster this fall, he says.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes and author Thomas Frank discuss how the right has managed to capture the populist outrage in much of America and how their policies have failed the people who are voting for them.
Thomas Frank's discussion about Kansas politics and the right wing's populist power right now with Chris Hayes was a clarion call for the left.
Breitbart.com's Boy Wonder Ben Shapiro appeared on CNN's Reliable Sources to scold "liberal media" for their coverage of Arizona's dead anti-gay law.
Thomas Frank, author of "What's The Matter With Kansas?" and "The Wrecking Crew" writes about the poor, poor plutocrats who are so very sad that no one appreciates them: Rhetoric like this makes the very rich feel very sad. It has sent them
When it comes to the vast, corrupting influence of money in politics, historian Thomas Frank has sounded the alarm loudly and often. In “It’s a Rich Man’s World,” one of his recent essays for Harper’s Magazine, Frank writes,
After the disappointing and frankly frightening results in this Tuesday's Wisconsin recall elections for someone like myself who has been a decades long union member and what it might mean for the future of the union movement if this emboldens
Here we go with the waaaaahmbulance over Wall Street bonuses. Poor Wall Streeters. Poor, poor babies. After reading Thomas Frank's newest book, "Pity the Billionaire", let me just answer Megan McArdle's title question from a post on Wednesday. She
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