Because of a scrappy citizen movement and some great political leaders, we are finally showing some signs of progress. Let’s keep our foot on the gas, and finally force the Wall Street gang to pay what they owe.
Eliot Spitzer, former Governor and Attorney General for the State of New York, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the so-called revolving door between the public and private spheres.
I think everyone understood the reasons for taking on the DOJ - they seem to have been a lot more interested in wiretapping journalists than in holding bank CEOs accountable. But why would demonstrators focus on Covington and Burling?
Sen. Warren keeps asking the right questions.
In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Matt Taibbi takes the Justice Department to task over settling with HSBC late last year in the “largest drug-and-terrorism money-laundering case ever.” "The HSBC case went miles beyond the
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
Wow, what a week. Anyone who wants to try and tell a clear, uncomplicated picture of President Obama and his party this week has to end the week a little befuddled. The picture is murkier than ever in terms of the course Obama is trying to chart,
Well, you've watched Frontline's investigative report "The Untouchables," here or at PBS's website, or on your local PBS station. The report cast a sharp glare on the lack of even a single arrest or prosecution of any senior Wall Street
Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi talked with Eliot Spitzer last night about Eric Holder's decision not to prosecute Goldman Sachs for the offenses laid out in the Levin report. Taibbi had this to say afterwards: "But that's exactly who