30 Jul 2019

Progressives Have the New Ideas in Tonight’s Dem Debate

      This evening’s second Democrat presidential debate will feature the two leading progressive candidates against other more conservative contenders on a range of policy issues. But the progressives–Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren–have set the direction for the policies being addressed by the others, especially in the areas of

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14 Mar 2019

Trump’s Capitalism Goes on Trial—Part 2

  In a single week in March 2019, Americans were treated to an unprecedented college admission bribery scandal, the lenient sentencing of Trump’s campaign manager on tax evasion, and Republican plans to cut the pensions of thousands of federal employees, accompanied by proposed decreases in Medicare and Medicaid budgets. These

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21 Feb 2019

Dems Should Expect Vicious Attacks From Republican Forces

“I am running for president, but this won’t be easy. We’ll be taking on the entire financial establishment and a corporate media who have long dismissed us and our ideas as ‘radical’ and ‘fringe.’” –Bernie Sanders (Ind-VT) and Democratic Presidential Candidate       Bernie Sanders is a clear, direct

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14 Feb 2019

Embracing Change When New Ideas Can Remedy Old Problems

      Concerns about the ability to lead a financially secure retirement remains a top priority for many Americans, according to a new survey by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA).  In their new Personal Financial Planning Trends Survey, 30% of the CPA planners who participated in the survey

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28 Dec 2018

Who Benefits From Trump’s Market Volatility? It Is Not Average Investors

      If people believe the fallacy that Trump is a successful businessman, than his negative impact on the stock market is no surprise. Turmoil in the White House begets turmoil in the confidence of the American electorate, as well as in the financial markets.  Whether it is paranoia

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17 Oct 2018

American Cannabis Companies Will Find New Opportunities in Canada

      If you are an established U.S. based and registered cannabis company and want to be listed on a major stock exchange in Canada, there are some new opportunities north of the U.S. border that may be interesting. At least, that is the goal of the Tormont Group,

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28 Aug 2018

College Students Get a Lesson in Corruption

Making tuition loans to college students is a huge business. Some $1.5 trillion in loans are outstanding to student borrowers and some of these loans have been flagged for being abusive in terms of bad disclosure or aggressive collection practices from loan servicers and debt collectors. College tuition debt now

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17 Aug 2018

A Win-Win Situation: Linking Progressive Investors with Progressive Financial Advisors

      As the Trump Administration continues to steamroll democratic institutions, accompanied by concerns about the income gap, wage stagnation and economic security continue, financial advisors have a choice: They can continue to provide clients with financial plans based on a no- or small-wage growth scenario, accompanied by admonitions

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23 Feb 2018

The NRA Has Become America’s Largest Hate Group

America’s right-wing hate machine moved into high gear at the Conservative Political Action Conference yesterday when a series of speakers, fueled by NRA chief Wayne LaPierre, dropped their list of the most vilified groups, people and movements in the U.S., who all stand in the way of allowing them achieve

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22 Feb 2018

Why the NRA Chief Mentioned Saul Alinsky

[sgmb id=”2″] In his remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference, National Rifle Association (NRA) chief executive Wayne LaPierre, railed against any imaginary effort to roll back the Second Amendment and gun control ownership as the “new socialist wave in America.”  He then warned how if Democrats gained more elected

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