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14 Dec 2018

Groundhog Day in the Financial Industry: Why the Retirement Crisis Is Now Permanent

On a regular basis, some of the largest investment firms in the industry conduct surveys about the state of retirement, individual investor attitudes and their preference about what they would like from their financial advisor or investment firm. These surveys are often statistically rigorous and authoritative, so they can help

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11 Dec 2018

From Baghdad to Madison the Neoliberal Agenda is Unfolding

Seizing political control in the most advanced, economically sophisticated and wealthy democracy in the western world requires huge amounts of money, political manipulation, military and political control stealth, and raw power. Taking political control is a process that has to be almost imperceptible until it reaches its near-final stages. Only

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01 Dec 2018

New Book Explores How to Cope With Student Debt and Beyond

Going to college used to be affordable, but the modern economy and rising expenses of advanced education have changed dramatically enough to make college tuition an exorbitant burden. Today, about 70% of all students in the U.S. have some college tuition debt and the numbers below show the extent of

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27 Nov 2018

Trump’s Capitalism Goes on Trial

The bottom line is that the Mueller investigation is not only an indictment of Trump and his family, but of any entire economic system. No wonder people are looking for new economic alternatives.  Americans have developed an odd fascination with wealth. Most are not sure how vast amounts of money

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04 Nov 2018

White U.S. Supremists Most Dangerous of All to Domestic Security

New York Times by Janet Reitman, Oct. 3, 2018 From the FBI to the DHS to state police, U.S. law enforcement failed to see the threat of white nationalism. Now they have no idea how to stop it. Read next week’s cover story now. White supremacists and other far-right extremists

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31 Oct 2018

Does Wall Street Have Something to Hide When It Comes To Social Security?

On Oct. 16, 2018, Republican Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell said that due to an increase in the federal budget deficit, Republicans would have to reduce and alter some of the key provisions in Social Security and Medicare.  In his announcement, McConnell said the only way to reduce the record-high

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