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Contributing columnistAmerica has declared war on terrorism and enemies of political freedom around the world. Perhaps it’s time to declare war on Marxist ideas that threaten our economic independence here at home. Let’s begin with the class-warfare campaign...
Two items dealing with “class warfare” on the “Opinion” page of Monday’s issue grabbed my attention. In the Mike Luckovich cartoon, a top-hatted and caned representative of Wall Street tramples on a figure representing...
Occupy Wall Street is not likely to have the kind of effect on Democratic politics that the "tea party" movement has had in the GOP, a leading Democratic strategist said Thursday. Still, you can expect to hear Democrats focusing on some of the issues...
We cannot find the social contract in the National Archives or the Library of Congress, but most citizens acknowledge it through day-to-day respect for the social order. Yet, because the social contract exists in our cultural consciousness, and not in...
A liberal political group is pushing Elizabeth Warren candidacy for the Senate now that President Obama has decided not to name her to lead the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Warren dreamed up the idea of the new agency, but Republicans in...
Elizabeth Warren, the consumer advocate-turned-Massachusetts Senate candidate, is fighting back after a new ad from an independent group founded by Karl Rove accuses her of being too close to big business. Warren has emerged as an early target of Rove'...
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Money & CompanyPresident Obama will nominate former Ohio Atty. Gen. Richard Cordray to head the new agency to protect consumers in the financial marketplace, acting just days before it is set to begin operations. After months of speculation about who would lead......
Money & CompanyWhen you win the Super Bowl, you head to Walt Disney World. But where do you go when you lose out on a prized federal government nomination? For Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard law professor whom President Obama did not choose......
Money & CompanySaying middle-class families needed a strong watchdog in Washington, President Obama on Monday nominated former Ohio Atty. Gen. Richard Cordray to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. "As Ohio's attorney general, Rich helped recover billions...
Money & CompanyElizabeth Warren, the Harvard law professor who has organized the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will step down from her administration advisor position Monday and be replaced as de facto acting director by a top aide, the Treasury Department...
Money & CompanyElizabeth Warren: Former Obama advisor Elizabeth Warren hinted she's looking at running for the Senate in Massachusetts....
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwenty-nine Northern State University students heard a report Friday from the man who, according to an NSU professor, is at the “epicenter of banking.” Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D., has been chairman of the Senate Banking Committee since...
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