Phil Gramm, Architect of Sequester and Recession, Looks for Someone Else to Blame

Citizen Wealth Financial Justice Foreclosure

New Orleans   Phil Gramm, the former Texas Senator and head of the Senate Banking Committee from 1995-2000, wrote a “pin the tail on the donkey” piece in the Wall Street Journal trying to find someone other than himself to blame for the Great Recession.  The piece was almost unintelligible, though the headline and the first …

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Clinton’s Anti-Union Rant

Labor Organizing

Montreal It wasn’t a surprise that Halter lost against Senator Lincoln in the Arkansas Democratic primary the other day. He had been running a “come from behind” effort from the beginning against a well financed incumbent in a conservative southern state. His win was always unlikely when ballots were really cast. It certainly wasn’t a …

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