It's not too late for Obama to get tough on Wall Street.
Senator Elizabeth Warren is delivering a sweeping speech today on the financial crisis’ aftermath and plight of the middle class that will be widely interpreted as a kind of blueprint for the aggressive new economic populism so many in the Democratic Party are apparently yearning to see. By now you’ve read Noam Scheiber’s big piece arguing […]
There are scattered signs of it, but there's still a lot more to be done.
There is real electoral wealth for Dems in a serious stand for Wall Street accountability.
Senator Sherrod Brown, who is pushing a "too big to fail" measure along with Senator David Vitter, is cautiously optimistic that a broad coalition can coalesce behind the legislation.
Her castigation of AIG is noteworthy for its populist tone and suggests her crusade for Wall Street accountability will continue in the Senate.