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Few Leaders Grasp Outrage of Average Citizens
Few Leaders Grasp Outrage of Average Citizens
Certain fundamental issues – health care, immigration, hunger and housing – shouldn't be politicized, but we have used political posturing to avoid dealing with crucial issues.
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Angry Churches Pull Money from Big Banks
(RNS) A small number of religious communities are removing their money to protest what they see as unfair mortgage foreclosures and unwillingness to lend to small businesses.
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Protest Chaplains Shepherd Movement’s Spiritual Side
BOSTON (RNS) They were met by typical sounds of raucous youth-led protests: drum beats, police sirens and shouted political slogans.
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Selective Forgiveness Rules After Financial Crisis
Selective Forgiveness Rules After Financial Crisis
A panel appointed by Congress to investigate the financial crisis only sent a handful of cases to the Justice Department. In another case of selective forgiveness, the powerful and wealthy benefit.
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Are the Affluent Being Treated Unjustly?
Are the Affluent Being Treated Unjustly?
Highly paid financial employees complain new reforms will limit their bonuses. Wealthy folks are incensed their tax cuts will expire. It seems the wrong people are crying out for justice.
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Greed Paved Way For Economic Downturn
Greed Paved Way For Economic Downturn
When Wall Street was seen as a respectable and glamorous way to make money in the 1980s, many people dove into the free-for-all market. It lasted until 2008, when millions of Americans were thrown into poverty.
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