The whole #OWS Occupy Movement while important, seems to have happened a year to late. In 2010, the law firm of Steven J Baum, threw a Halloween party. What better way to show contempt for the American people than to dress like them for halloween? Before we get to the pictures, lets give a brief [...]
As I read this article about wealthy Wall Street executives turning their backs on President Barack Obama and are instead donating to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, this gem caught my eye: “It’s not healthy for rich people to feel maligned,” the executive said.
Yeah, I really feel bad for all those rich folks who [...]
Full disclosure, I was working on a blog in January excoriating Mike Tate for the results of the last election and what he was planning for 2012. I was going to focus on the fact that I felt he has not been focusing on the 1st congressional district. After speaking with John Heckenlively, who ran [...]
Depending on where you work, this might not be work-friendly (but is sure is funny):
With the lunacy of the Glenn Beck for profit rallies, or the \"tea parties\" The latest in Racine has Paul Ryan (R-Wall St) talking to a “grassroots” rally. Wall st’s favorite son, trying to explain that the people in his district had to lose their jobs for the greater good.
Once a year a stream [...]
Yesterday Sen. Russ Feingold issued a statement outlining why he voted against the Senate’s financial reform legislation: “At the outset of the debate over the financial regulatory reform bill, I made clear that my test for this bill would be whether it prevents another economic crisis. Unfortunately, this bill falls short. The reckless practices of [...]
This kinda flies in the face of the argument that Sen. Russ Feingold only votes against his party when his vote won’t really matter…
Wisconsin’s Russ Feingold is expected to be the only Senate Democrat voting against the hotly debated financial reforms backed by President Barack Obama when they are put to a final vote [...]
As the Senate continues debating legislation to reform the nation’s financial regulatory system, U.S. Senator Russ Feingold is backing a bipartisan effort to have an independent audit of the Federal Reserve. Feingold is cosponsoring an amendment to the financial regulatory reform bill currently being debated, an amendment which would allow the Government Accountability Office (GAO) [...]