Monthly Archives: October 2014

VOTING MATTERS

ABSTRACT: Election Day is just over a week away. Although it’s easy to look at the dysfunction in Washington and the huge amounts of money being spent on campaigns and feel that voting and participating in the election doesn’t matter, that would be wrong. There will be lots of close elections this year all across […]

HOLDER’S FAILURE AT JUSTICE

ABSTRACT: As Attorney General Eric Holder leaves office, one of his legacies will be his Department of Justice’s (DOJ) treatment of the major banks and financial corporations. Of particular note is the failure to prosecute any of the senior officers at the banks and financial corporations that caused the 2008 financial collapse. Bill Black calls […]

WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEMS WE FACE

ABSTRACT: Our country has important problems that need to be addressed. Not only aren’t they being addressed, but serious proposals (let alone efforts) to address them are not even on the table for discussion. These problems include: Stagnating wages and a stagnating economy; Corporations doing very well but employees losing ground and unemployment stubbornly high; […]