Archive for May, 2012

Quick Hit: “Dimon or Rust?”

Dimon’s JP Morgan announces $2 billion in trading losses!

An outspoken opponent of the Volcker Rule and other banking and financial regulations, Jaime Dimon, CEO of the nation’s biggest bank, discloses the huge losses and proves the need for more comprehensive banking oversight.

Touted as the brilliant banking executive who avoided the ravages of the financial crisis, has Dimon now become the poster boy for stronger regulation?

The scandalous nature of this trading loss, which may grow to over $4 billion, has undeniably tarnished Dimon’s star.

But this isn’t the first scandal at JP Morgan!

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“No Longer Supreme!”

This article on the Supreme Court has been posted to The Huffington Post.

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Respect for the judicial black robe is eroding!

Recent decisions by the Supreme Court have brought the integrity of this court under scrutiny.

From Bush v. Gore, to eminent domain, to Citizens United, to body searches, to ethics problems, a greater number of the nation’s highest court’s rulings defy common sense and judicial principles.

And it could get even worse!

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