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Oregon’s Ballot Measure 86: Shock Doctrine Comes as Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Trojan Horse

Measure 86 is proposing that the government of Oregon change its constitution to allow the state to go into debt to banks. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap’ by Matt Taibbi


A wild ride through the 2008 economic meltdown that, six years later, still burns like an inextinguishable pile of tires in the hearts and heartlands of billions of people in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Read More »

Are Bank Branch Closures Helping or Hurting Americans?

For better or worse, financial institutions are adjusting to the changing landscape of banking. Read More »

Playing Chess With Corporate America

How can three players play a two person game? Read More »

Disdain for Herman Cain and His Ilk

The successful over 40 love to tout the successes they garnered during a system that is no longer in place. Read More »

Standard & Poor’s Plays Politics

How Standard & Poor’s is holding America's jobs recovery hostage... Read More »

A Healthier, More Stable Economy Over the Long Run

Let's not fool ourselves, the consumer based economy doesn't work anymore Read More »

Book Review: The Global Economic Crisis: The Great Depression of the XXI Century by Michel Chossudovsky and Andrew Gavin Marshall (eds)

A global depression for those impacted. Read More »

Scott Brown Hides Behind Discredited Talking Points As He Sells Massachusetts Out To Big Banks

But will Bay State voters buy his big Republican Party-produced lie in 2012? Read More »