A Vermont Yankee In the Kings of Wall Street’s Court


Face it. There aren’t very many politicians on the national stage willing to stand up to our corporate and Wall Street overlords. So, when one runs for President, they tend to get their feathers ruffled a bit. When Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, running the most popular campaign for President in history, stopped by Manhattan on Tuesday […]

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The New Deal, the Dance, and the Devil


Nostalgia is the enemy of an informed electorate. I, myself, am guilty of romanticizing FDR’s New Deal as the golden age of public policy. Pardon my hubris, but I’m probably right or at least more correct than modern historical revisionists who praise Reagan or Clinton the first. We learned in October that 50% of America […]

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