The Supreme Court Decision (Part 2): Can We Trust Them?
The Supreme Court ruling on the first Amendment and corporate political funding demonstrates, once more, that we have not learned much from the financial crisis.
About three years ago, well before the financial crisis, I wrote an article and gave a speech about the predatory deceptive practices of banks and other financial institutions and why regulators should step in to regulate transparency of financial products sold to the public. The credit crisis was mostly the result of banks telling regulators what the banking regulation should be.
It is incomprehensible that the new Supreme Court ruling is taking place during the aftermath of the credit crisis. I find it fascinating that many still feel strongly that we should put our personal and political interest in the hands of corporates.
Below are excerpts from the prior article, which I called Can We Trust Them?
The financial crisis was a big slap, but not yet a knock out. Shouldn’t we do all in our power to increase our chance to avoid the knockout? The new ruling is just a big step in the opposite direction. In case you have virtually any queries concerning in which along with how to make use of Howler, you are able to e-mail us with the web-site. It shows us that a full blown knock out is the only way we learn.
1 comments on The Supreme Court Decision (Part 2): Can We Trust Them?
Someone needs to write a “1,001 things I learned watching Spongebob” book. I think his grey friend Squigward is much more obcene than the fat pink guy. One thing I learned from an episode of Spongebob is that it’s Ok to be a whistleblower.