The jobs crisis is far from over.
Two critical Wall Street reforms, once declared dead by U.S. megabanks, are suddenly close to Congressional approval.
When public values are subordinated to the rationality of profits, the institutions that support it become corrupt.
Nader may be accused of being a “spoiler,” but he’s also a true believer.
So how can the Dow be flirting with 10,000 when consumers, who make up 70 percent of the economy, have had to cut way back on buying…