Upstaging the voters: Ordering the Hiring of the Unqualified

May 30th, 2014
By Ruth Hull Suppose you were hiring a doctor, and a mechanic walked into the room Would you hire him for your next surgery? If not, why would you hire someone without financial expertise to be your State Controller, the person who controls California’s… more »

Big Loss for Fat Cat Executives Out of … Switzerland!

March 4th, 2013
Michael Collins Swiss voters struck a blow against corporate executives and the culture of greed that has driven senior executive salaries into the stratosphere, with little regard for work or company performance. Last year, the head of Credit Suisse… more »

Election Fraud in Egypt

June 21st, 2012
By Michael Collins One goal of Egypt's 2010 union inspired Tahrir Square protests was fulfilled during the December, 2011 parliamentary elections. Nearly 65% of the nation's fifty million eligible voters turned out to vote. Turnout for the June 16 and… more »

Heathens Hold the Line as Californians Reject Corporate Takeover

October 25th, 2010
Michael Collins The corporate takeover of California is on hold according to the latest polls out of the nation’s largest state. Just nine days before the election, the Los Angeles Times and University of Southern California poll shows a nearly… more »

Fed begins monetizing the deficit - buying U.S. Treasuries

August 11th, 2010
By Numerian The Federal Reserve, in announcing the results of this week's meeting of the Open Market Committee, surprised the market by revealing it will begin purchasing US Treasury notes and bonds with the principal income it receives from its vast… more »

British Election Leaders' Debate - The Grand Betrayal

April 30th, 2010
By Michael Collins After cleverly branding the Liberal Democrats as something different, an alternative to the old parties, Clegg surged in popularity after the first debate. Brought down to earth after the second appearance and greater scrutiny, Clegg… more »

Unsurprising Poll Results from Massachusetts: Voters Think Obama Sides With the Banks

January 19th, 2010
By Numerian An interesting observation was made today by the pollster for Martha Coakley, the hapless Democratic candidate for the Massachusetts senate seat held almost forever by Ted Kennedy. It appears polls are showing that the voters, especially… more »

The Celebration Went Unnoticed - Big Leftist Win in Uruguay

December 7th, 2009
Michael Collins Uruguay's left wing political coalition, the Broad Front party (Frente Amplio), retained control of the presidency in the November elections. This wasn't just any election. The winner, flower farmer Jose "Pepe" Mujica, was the victim of… more »

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