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It's not enough

Wells Fargo current CEO John Stumpf, and outgoing community bank leader Carrie Tolstedt, are forfeiting tens of millions of stock compensation in the aftermath of… 321 more words


Somebody Said It: We Have Treated Native Americans Like Shit for Over 500 Years


Lawrence O’Donnell, host of The Last Word on MSNBC, airing at 10 pm weekdays, aired an opinion piece called “the Rewrite”(a nightly ender of his show), on 25 September.  673 more words

General Opinion

Cardiac Malfunction: The Plaque of Greed in the Veins of the Healthcare System

By: Seemeen Khan Yousufzai

In a country where the concept of a free national health care service does not even make to a lawmaker’s priority list, we can easily deduce what shambles its governmental healthcare system must be in. 939 more words

Health Care System


Wells Fargo is just the latest member of Corporate America to get caught with its hands in its Customers’ pockets.  Wells’ opening of non-authorized credit cards, and other accounts, generates increased revenue for the company.   523 more words

Investment Primer

Caleb Gee reblogged this on United States Hypocrisy and commented:

What Wells Fargo did to its customers is hardly an aberration it seems.

Leeds Owner Cellino Says Reports He's Crooked Are a Non-Story - by Rob Atkinson

In a terse statement after it was put to Mr. Cellino that sources are claiming he’s about as straight as a sidewinder’s backbone, the maverick Italian confirmed: “This is a complete non-story. 153 more words


Priorities, priorities

Mexico’s President has been battling corruption rumors for years.  I guess now instead of trying to actively combat corruption, he is instead spreading it around more! 156 more words

Cuomo Legacy Depends on Curbing Corruption

When New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was criticized earlier this year for having a quiet approach to state ethics reform, he said this: “I don’t know how I could have been any louder on ethics than I was in my and I don’t know how I could have been any stronger in statements I’ve made since the scandals than I’ve been. 892 more words