Bank Fraud Will Continue Without Effective Punishment

Bank Fraud Will Continue Without Effective Punishment

As long as the behavior that led to the 2008 financial crisis goes unpunished, our country's economy will always be at risk.

Why We Must Revisit The Fraud At The Center Of The 2008 Financial Crisis

Why We Must Revisit The Fraud At The Center Of The 2008 Financial Crisis

Bankers learned from the 2008 financial crisis that they can game the system, keep all the profits, let taxpayers take the hit, and get away with it. That must be rectified.

Stock Buybacks Are A Parasite On The US Economy

Stock Buybacks Are A Parasite On The US Economy

As buybacks are set to hit $1 trillion this year, Trump's tax cuts are doing what conservative tax cuts of the past have done: benefit the top 1%.

How Washington Became Ruled By Wall Street

How Washington Became Ruled By Wall Street

And how it will continue to be unless changes are made.

How Bankers Made Billions From The 2008 Financial Crisis - And How They Could Do It Again

How Bankers Made Billions From The 2008 Financial Crisis - And How They Could Do It Again

Some people know how to profit from the misery of others.

With Dodd-Frank Rollback, Even Bigger Banker Bonuses Are Ahead

With Dodd-Frank Rollback, Even Bigger Banker Bonuses Are Ahead

As the Volcker Rule is targeted, banker speculation could run rampant and history looks set to repeat itself

Deconstructing Derivatives: The Tool Banks Use To Bet Our Money

Deconstructing Derivatives: The Tool Banks Use To Bet Our Money

As Congress considers rolling back the Volcker Rule, it's time to understand the crux of the 2008 Financial Crisis: Derivatives

The Mysterious Creation Of Money

The Mysterious Creation Of Money

As politicians consider changes to Dodd-Frank, do they understand the most basic functions of a bank in the economy - the creation of money?

How Senator Crapo’s Dodd-Frank Rollback Will Let Banks Bet More Of Your Money

How Banks Targeted African-Americans With Predatory Mortgages

How Banks Targeted African-Americans With Predatory Mortgages

Racist mortgage lending in the 1900s, heading into the 2008 financial crisis, and beyond

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