The myth of the free market
Regulation is not the enemy of incentive, invention, or innovation. Nor is it incompatible with progress, profits, or personal gain.
The public’s viewpoint: Regulations are protections
When you hear Regulations are Protections for the Public, think of the details and the consequences. Go beyond the words. Act positively.
Holder Proves You Can Go Home Again
Eric Holder, President Barack Obama’s former attorney general, has returned to his comfort zone—he rejoined the corporate powerhouse of Covington & Burling lawyers, interfering with government once again.
A Bailed-Out Banker Lectures About Fairness
James Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase is complaining that “banks are under assault.” But America’s largest Wall Street empire has illegally deceived and cheated its way to the top. Dimon should be grateful he’s not in jail.
The long saga of Isis Brantley, a hair stylist from Texas, who was arrested for braiding hair without a barber’s license, has come to an end nearly 20 years later. A court has ruled that the state’s actions were unconstitutional—and shameful, abusive and silly.