Mar 18, 2012
James K. Galbraith
Regular commentator James K. Galbraith, author of a new book on inequality and economic instability, says it isn’t that we need new regulations on banks … the laws in place have plenty of teeth, if only someone would operate the jaw behind them.
Political scientist Geoffrey Kabaservice has written extensively about the disappearance of moderate Republicans and says it should be of concerns to both parties because governing comes from the middle.
An interview by Bill Press with Katie Paris of Media Matters on two big business issues – Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers and the whistleblower from Goldman Sachs.