Tag Archives: Wall Street

The ACA, Medicare And Morality

Paul Ryan has made little secret of the fact that he is gunning for the three big Democratic achievements that keep many people alive in this country. The biggest and perhaps easiest target is the Affordable Care Act. Since it … Continue reading

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Why We Must Regulate Financial Firms

Americans seem to love their rich folk. They look at them as superheroes that have somehow shook the bonds of terrestrial powers and made themselves above other humans. Thus we tend to think that those who have money are not … Continue reading

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Medicare For All? Investment Analyst Says …..

Imagine my surprise during the week as I am reading my usual suspect blogs and I come across a story that the Motley Fool group has written in favor of Medicare for all. Motley Fool is a investment analysis group. Their … Continue reading

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Kick Back Sunday Afternoon

Frontline: The Untouchables Just in case you missed the PBS Frontline broadcast of “The Untouchables” on why no one from Wall Street has been prosecuted for bringing the US to the brink of depression. Prepare to be outraged. Watch it … Continue reading

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Ignore At Your Own Peril

Once more we have a guest opinion from Larry Hodgden of Tipton. Larry is a retired Viet Nam era veteran of the USAF. He and his wife of 40 years, Sharon, have three children and seven grandchildren who keep him very … Continue reading

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Sunday Funday – So You Think You Know Wall Street?

Wall Street is always in the news. Sometimes, it is the main focus of the news as it has been quite recently. But for most of us Wall Street is more of a concept and not an actual place. Here … Continue reading

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