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It is past time for the president to let his actions speak for him and they will speak louder than any of his words. That is what the American people are waiting for. That is also what the banks, Wall Street and their allies fear most.
WASHINGTON -- With gas prices soaring, 45 Senate Democrats signed a letter on Tuesday urging GOP leaders to abandon their proposed cuts to the budget ...
Welcome to our new blog, "The Watchdog," which will keep a close eye on regulatory agencies and how their actions impact the lives of everyday America...
In this year 2030, I'm proud that I dwell
In the land of the free and the home of "To hell
With the government's paws
In our life!" No more la...
Without an honest, straightforward approach, financial reform isn't likely to do much good. Here are five gaping holes which spell trouble for the future:
Every day in America, 16 people die at work from employer negligence. That's the backdrop behind a new video and website seeking to highlight the often-neglected issue of worker safety.
Why would the government, charged with prosecuting white collar criminals who exploit our sacred financial institutions, fail so egregiously to pursue them with aggression and verve?
In the past three years federal agencies, have engaged in a campaign to hand corporations a 'get-out-of jail-free' pass when their products have harmed consumers.
The New York Times has William Kristol on its opinion page, and the Wall Street Journal now has Thomas Frank. What Kristol writes could be called scho...
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