A Reefer Journalist?
Pay Czar Kenneth Feinberg is ordering firms that received government bailouts to “slash compensation to their highest-paid employees.” One bank executive complained that the compensation restrictions “were clearly much worse than what had been anticipated.” Hey - read the small
A Nation of Peons?
A Goldman Sachs International adviser defended compensation in the finance industry as his company plans a near-record year for pay, up 46% from last year, saying the spending will help boost the economy.
Friday October 23 2009
Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and answering listener questions www.sanders.senate.gov
Thursday - October 22 2009
Hour One: What's up with the Public Option? Peter DeFazio www.defazio.house.org
Wednesday October 21 2009
Hour One: Thom challenges John Lott on net nuetrality - If we don't have to pay extra for police or fire why should we pay extra for the internet? www.johnrlott.blogspot.com
Tuesday October 20th 2009
Hour One: Do we sacrifice the future of a middle class in America - and the planet's health - so we can keep buying cheap goods from China?
Monday October 19th 2009
Hour One: "Impeach Obama?!" Why do conservatives have to resorts to lies and exaggerations? with Floyd Brown www.impeachobamacampaign.com
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Democratic underground is reporting that Goldman Sachs has a bonus bonanza - $23 billion in 2009 - double the bonus pool paid to employees in 2008. How much is $23, billion? It could have
Payday Lending or Loan Sharks?
The payday lending industry, hurt by losses in states that either refused to authorize their high-rate, short-term loans or moved to regulate finance charges, isn’t giving up without a fight. Payday lenders are out in full force in Wisconsin, where a legislative battl