Corporate Power

Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Taking action cost me my job," said Chris Smalls. "Because I tried to stand up for something that's right, the company decided to retaliate against me."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Trillions for big business. Bare minimum for you."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (C) and Representatives Kevin McCarthy (L) and Steny Hoyer show the bill to the press after the House passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill, on March 27, 2020, at the US Capitol in Washington, DC - The House approved by a voice vote a $2.2 trillion rescue package, the largest economic stimulus package in American history, to aid a US economy and health care system battered by the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo: Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty Images)
"The clock has already started on a fourth bill and we expect and demand that...

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For those puzzled by the rancor and mistrust so many feel for Hillary Clinton, a lucid Matt Taibbi looks at Clinton's $675,000 speeches to Goldman Sachs to reveal they're about not just money but allegiance. Turns out Clinton declared that "banker-bashing (was) foolish," it takes a village to get out of a financial crisis (in fact caused by a few greedy oligarchs), and public anger is something "we" - oligarchs and Clintons - need to wait out.