(Paul Mirengoff) Hillary Clinton responds to criticism over the speaking fees she has received from corporate America, and Wall Street in particular, by challenging critics to cite one vote in which, as a Senator, she bowed to these interests. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Warren gave a rousing speech about the two legal systems are ruining our nation. One for you and me and the other for corporate lawbreakers. Tom Sullivan writes a great piece over on Hullabaloo about exactly what Warren is talking about: In an interview with The Nation, Warren spoke again about the "rigged game" in Washington. Show More Summary
Democratic voters are more concerned with economic policy than foreign policy. Witness last night's debate, in which the candidates clashed on bank policy, and the Sanders campaign promptly fact-checked Clinton assertions with Elizabeth Warren's book showing Clinton's obedience to bank interests. Show More Summary
In an electrifying exchange over campaign money during Thursday’s debate, Hillary Clinton challenged Bernie Sanders to name one vote that she’d changed because of the influence of big donors. Sanders chose not to go straight back at her. Instead of trying to pin Clinton down on any one vote or... More »
Elizabeth Warren has come out strongly in support of Bernie Sanders after the Vermont senator was criticized by the CEO of Goldman Sachs. One of the highlights of Sanders’ presidential campaign so far has been his relentless attack on America’s rigged economic system — and by extension the corporate greed that engulfs Wall Street —... Show More Summary
Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs, made headlines this week with a suggestion that Bernie Sanders' campaign is dangerous. Battle lines were drawn and Sen. Elizabeth Warren - who hasn't...
Elizabeth Warren spoke passionately on the Senate floor about lax enforcement of corporate crime and the latest efforts by some Republicans to jeopardize...
WASHINGTON -- In a scorching speech from the Senate floor on Wednesday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said the American criminal justice system is rigged in favor of the wealthy, and condemned new legislation that would make it harder to prosecute bank fraud. "There are two legal systems," Warren said. Show More Summary
Scott Brown, the former Massachusetts senator who almost defeated Obamacare before getting defeated by Elizabeth Warren, will endorse Donald Trump at a rally Tuesday night, the Washington Post reports.Brown is a moderately conservative — but extremely handsome — Republican who tried and failed to oust New Hampshire’s incumbent Democratic senator... More »
An old clip of the Massachusetts senator reveals she’s known the truth about Hillary Clinton’s relationship to Wall Street for quite some time.
An unfortunate fact of political debate is that one often feels compelled to state and re-state what one thinks should be obvious, because a bunch of folks are apparently having success at pretending that something which seems obviously true is not true. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Warren took it straight to President Barack Obama and his administration for being soft on enforcement against big corporations and white-collar crime in a New York Times op-ed on Friday.
Deidre Fulton at Common Dreams writes—Elizabeth Warren : Corporate Crime Runs Rampant Thanks to 'Rigged' System: "Justice cannot mean a prison sentence for a teenager who steals a car, but nothing more than a sideways glance at a C.E.O. Show More Summary
In anticipation of the Iowa caucuses, Senator Elizabeth Warren has enlisted the two Democratic front runners to avoid one of the Obama administration’s worst failures, if they do come to win the presidency. Warren has called out Barack...Show More Summary
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, a favorite among progressive voters, has challenged the current presidential candidates to prosecute corporate crime better than the current president, Barack Obama.
Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren published an op-ed in the New York Times today about corporate evil. She argues that systematic corporate fraud often goes unpunished not because we lack the laws and resources to address it but...Show More Summary
As Iowa vote looms, the liberal senator laments 20 cases in 2015 where she says executives got off way too easy
Days before the Iowa caucus?es, Sen?. Elizabeth Warren tossed another grenade into the debate over whether Wall Street and ? U.S. corporations have too much influence in Washington.
A new report from the Massachusetts senator hits the Obama administration for being lax on corporate crime.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has issued a report and written an op-ed in the New York Times titled: One Way to Rebuild Our Institutions. On a broad scale, I think she...