Post Tagged with: "Wall Street"

Hamilton grave site at Trinity Church, in the Wall Street area of Manhattan.

We Need Hamilton to Defeat Wall Street

By Nancy Spannaus March 13, 2019—My book, Hamilton Versus Wall Street, has an urgent message for the American population: Our nation needs to take up Hamilton’s American System in order to save the nation. Once you read the book, you will understand why. A little background on how the concept […]

by March 13, 2019 Commentary
Hamilton Versus Wall Street: Available for Purchase Now!

Hamilton Versus Wall Street: Available for Purchase Now!

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 19, 2019—Online bookstores are now selling Hamilton Versus Wall Street to the public. You can now start ordering and circulating the only book on the market which presents our First Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton’s economic principles, and the way in which they were taken up and […]

by February 19, 2019 News
The Five Experts

Economic Experts: Put Wall Street Back in Its Box

By Nancy Spannaus Sept. 27, 2018—A blockbuster forum at the National Press Club last night brought together five economic experts to discuss the 2008 financial crash and what can be done to prevent a new one. Addressing the audience of approximately 100 people were: 1) Nomi Prins, former Wall Street […]

by September 27, 2018 News
A DuPont worker, tasked with developing a new biodegradable plastic.

Industry Week Is on the Right Track

Sept. 21, 2018—An article in the monthly magazine Industry Week came across my desk this morning, and it was a pleasure to read.  Under the title “How Financialization Is Starving Manufacturing,” author Michael Collins reviews the work of Rana Faroohar, who, in her book Makers and Takers, systematically laid out […]

by September 21, 2018 News Shorts
Senator Sherrod Brown

Americans for Financial Reform Puts Spotlight Back on Wall Street

By Angela Vullo July 26, 2018–Not since the movie “The Big Short” has Wall Street been so exposed as the enemy of the American public. In a rare performance, in the Hart Senate Office Building on July 24, truth was told in a forum on the economy on Capitol Hill.  […]

by July 26, 2018 News
Predators Continue Their Ravaging of Puerto Rico

Predators Continue Their Ravaging of Puerto Rico

May 7, 2018–As the US House of Representatives considers the expansion of financial deregulation with the passage of a House version of Senate Bill 2155, two recent media exposes have brought to light the impact of years of unbridled predatory Wall Street practices in the case of Puerto Rico. NPR […]

by May 7, 2018 News Shorts
Nomi Prins present her book Collusion on May 2 in Washington, D.C.

Prins Presents Her New Book at D.C. Bookstore

May 3, 2018—A crowd filled up all the available seats at the Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C. last night, eager to hear Wall Street whistle-blower and renowned author Nomi Prins discuss her latest book. The author, once a Wall Street insider at Goldman Sachs, Bear Stearns, and Lehman […]

by May 3, 2018 News
The Wall Street bull

More Warnings of a Coming Crash

April 8, 2018—In an interview with CNBC on April 6, Scott Minerd, head of investing for Guggenheim Partners, pointed to ballooning corporate debt as the probable source of a major financial crisis in the 2019-2020 period. “As interest rates keep ratcheting higher, with record levels of corporate debt it’s going […]

by April 8, 2018 News Shorts
Wall Street Journal Exposes Post-2008 Dangers

Wall Street Journal Exposes Post-2008 Dangers

March 31, 2018–In a special section entitled “10 Years After the Crisis,” published on March 27, Wall Street’s newspaper of record, the Wall Street Journal, put together a highly interesting compilation of charts and graphs which tell a sorry truth: Injustice and risk remain an imminent risk to the financial […]

by April 2, 2018 News Shorts
Olivier Sarkozy of the Carlyle Group, a beneficiary of recent deregulation. (wikimedia commons)

Wall Street Deregulators Are on a Roll

April 2, 2018—Wall Street is racking up wins in Congress that are sure to increase the risk of the widely forecast next financial blowout. In addition to the passage of S. 2155 , which loosened capital and reporting requirements for 25 of the 38 largest banks in the United States, […]

by April 2, 2018 News Shorts