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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Wall Street’

Right-Wing lies about America

Right-Wing lies about America

        12 Biggest Right-Wing Lies About America By RJ Eskow These political fallacies are giving America a false vision of our economy and world.   Our nation was gripped by so many fallacies and delusions in 2012 that the whole Mayan calendar end-of-the-world thing didn’t even make the list. Even those apocalyptic prophecies were more plausible than the idea that cutting Social Security will help the deficit, that government spending cuts ... Full Story

Facebook IPO: How Wall Street Robbed America

Facebook IPO: How Wall Street Robbed America

The Tragedy of Facebook: How Wall Street Robbed Main Street America By Eric Bleeker I couldn't believe my eyes. How could someone who didn't know the simplest aspect of investing -- how to buy a stock! -- be looking to put her entire fortune into a single risky Internet stock? That's insane! ... Read More            

OpEd News, December 19/20, 2011

OpEdNews Bold and Daring: The Way Progressive News Should Be By Roy Eidelson Four Psychologists at the Gates of Hell A cautionary tale about psychologists, torture, and golden eggs.   By Michael Moore A Man in Tunisia, a Movement on Wall Street, and the Soldier Who Ignited the Fuse The Pentagon and the national security apparatus are hell-bent on setting an example with Bradley Manning. But we as Americans have a right to know what is being done in our name and with our ... Full Story

US Senate, the NDAA and Treason

Numerous writers have expressed an opinion about the action of the U.S. Senate in passing the National Defense Authorization bill with the indefinite detention clause. Here is a link to one of the most provocative and a look at the crackdown on protests.   Does US Senate Commit Treason with NDAA Bill? from United Progressives by Jeanine Molloff  (about the author) December 1st, 2011, the US Senate accomplished the unthinkable–with the nearly unanimous passage of the ... Full Story

OpEd News: December 17, 2011

OpEd News: December 17, 2011

  OpEdNews Bold and Daring: The Way Progressive News Should Be Provocative and informative, news and opinion that you did not see on the nightly news. Learn the rest of the story. You may not agree with everything here, but you will find it thought provoking and illuminating.    Daily Headlines   By Danny Schechter Is the Iraq War actually over? The county has a long way to go to recover from a war that is not over. The war that began with the bang of shock ... Full Story

OpEd News: December 5

OpEd News: December 5

This is a new feature at The Recorder Online. I have been selecting which articles to share with you, but since all are so relevant I will start republishing the entire list of I receive them each day. These are compilation of  articles and issues that may not be be addressed in the Main Stream Media (MSM) but are of vital importance in preserving journalistic freedom and democracy. While you may not agree with all of the writers, you will find them interesting and thought ... Full Story

Escalating police brutality

Escalating police brutality

  There are some new developments in the Occupy news. While the police brutality has been ongoing, the pepper-spraying of students at UC Davis has dramatically increased the anti-police sentiment in this country. Apparently I have not been alone in the premise that we are becoming a police state. Even Forbes Magazine has had enough. Let us start this journey with the article “Police Response to Wall Street is Absurd.”  Don’t miss the sidebar story “Police ... Full Story

Woman Gets Jail For Food-Stamp Fraud

Woman Gets Jail For Food-Stamp Fraud

  This is what "justice" is coming to in the United States. The laws seem to exist to protect the wealthy and punish the poor. This is a sad comment on our society. One can only suppose that the conservative attendees at the the Republican Presidential Debate who booed the gay soldier and cheered the hypothetical death of an uninsured man probably condone these inequalities and will push to see them grow if their candidate becomes president. While we do not condone fraud of any kind, ... Full Story

Paramilitary Policing of Occupy Wall Street:

Paramilitary Policing of Occupy Wall Street:

 Excessive Use of Force amidst the New Military Urbanism           Paramilitary Policing of Occupy Wall Street: Excessive Use of Force amidst the New Military Urbanism We host a discussion on policing and the Occupy Wall Street movement with Chuck Wexler, director of the Police Executive Research Forum, which helped organize calls among police chiefs on how to respond to the Occupy protests, and with Norm Stamper, the former police chief of Seattle, ... Full Story

NY Judge critical of SEC

NY Judge critical of SEC

  Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff was not pleased with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed settlement with Citigroup. Citigroup violated previous agreements, lied to its customer about the mortgage bonds they were selling and bet against the bonds. Citigroup's customers lost $700 million while the bank made a profit of $160 million. The SEC was willing to let Citigroup off with no admission of wrong doing and what the judge considered to be an inadequate fine. The two ... Full Story

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