Elizabeth Warren is no friend of Citibank's. The populist Massachusetts Senator, who has made post-crisis financial regulation a cause célèbre, often points toward the banking behemoth when denouncing what she calls the Wall Street –...Show More Summary
Slate's Jamelle Bouie writes on why Patty Murray (and not Elizabeth Warren) should take Harry Reid's place as minority leader. It's a little frustrating when Warren fans keep pushing her name for, basically, everything -- including slots...Show More Summary
Who had the worst week in Washington? Apparently Ted Cruz, if these comparisons are to be believed. Nice of the left to play their lame mind games to try and undercut the Texas senator. “I wasn’t a community organizer” or … Continue...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is meeting with House Democrats in an effort to push back against President Obama’s trade agenda, The Hill reports. “The liberal senator met Tuesday with a group of House Democrats before administration officials were to meet [...]
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The big banks are not happy with Elizabeth Warren, and they’re prepared to withhold campaign contributions to the Democratic party if she doesn’t become more Wall Street friendly. Of course, Warren isn’t the only Democrat politician rallying against the financial sector, but she’s quickly become the face of financial reform. Show More Summary
Citigroup tried to get back at Elizabeth Warren and her allies for daring to call out The Bank That Must Not Be Named. The move looks to have backfired.
What a bunch of whiny ass titty babies these guys are. Call the waaahmbulance, because Senator Warren doesn't kiss the ground Wall Street bankers walk on. Pulease. Huffington Post: Big Wall Street banks are so upset with U.S. Democratic...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has a blunt message for the big Wall Street banks that may withhold campaign donations to Senate Democrats in hopes of quieting her calls to break up the banks. "It will not work," Warren said in a statement...Show More Summary
After a Reuters report detailed a potential Wall Street boycott of donations to the Democratic Party due to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) so-called "anti-business" attitude, the Massachusetts Democrat is now fundraising off of that report.
In Washington, there is a cottage industry of progressives who want Elizabeth Warren to do something besides represent Massachusetts in the Senate. For the past year, that something has been a presidential run. Every few months, she’s asked if she’s running for president, and each time, she says no. Show More Summary
Across the land, a million voices cried out in anguish and were silenced: Sen. Elizabeth Warren has already taken herself out of the running to succeed Harry Reid as minority leader, despite an early push from progressives. Warren’s office told National Journal the first-term Massachusetts lawmaker will not run for the position to succeed […]
The too-big-to-fail banks think they’re going to teach Professor Elizabeth Warren and the rest of her progressive rebel scum a lesson about saying mean things about them. As we just learned, the heads of the five families dick-swingers...Show More Summary
In the nanoseconds after Democratic Senate leader Harry Reid announced Friday morning that he will give up his leadership post and retire in 2016, liberal groups raced to promote their go-to solution for almost any political problem: Sen. Show More Summary
Well boo fucking hoo for Wall Street banksters. They have a big sad and are threatening to take their ball and go home, if Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown don't start being nice to them. Representatives from Citigroup, JPMorgan, Goldman...Show More Summary
Since each day lowers the already very poor odds a viable challenger like Elizabeth Warren is going to take on Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, there will...
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s announcement Friday that he will not seek reelection has led to wild speculation about who will replace the long-time Democratic leader. The smart money, right now, is on New York Senator Chuck Schumer, especially because Reid RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
Almost everyone loves watching Sen. Elizabeth Warren yell at the big banks on Wall Street, right? Right! But not everyone. You know who doesn’t love it? The big banks on Wall Street: Read more on Wall Street Banks Beg Elizabeth Warren To Stop Bullying Them, Or Else…
Top banks consider cutting off Dems if the party won't rein in party progressives