Elizabeth Warren, Senator of the great state of Massachusetts, atta girl! This topic is in regard to the Consumer Finance Protection Board created in 2010 against the screams and howls of the money changer class. This agency was created with one expressed purpose among others, to address the excesses and causes of the 2008 meltdown with the intent of not allowing conditions to reach a state where this can happen again.
This is a Salon article, while Salon is more left in is opinion than otherwise, glean what you can and come to your own conclusions.
http://www.salon.com/2015/11/11/elizabe … attack_ad/
Frankly, I am disgusted with the conservatives in this arena and in most of the others as well. Tell me why I shouldn't be....
Got another link for the topic?
I followed yours, and in the very first sentence the author said this; "...fourth installment in the GOP presidential debate clown show..."
Stopped me cold. Leading off with such rhetoric convinced me that I would not be able to trust whatever followed. So I didn't bother.
But it does sound like an interesting topic. I hope you looked at other sources before forming your opinion.
Great, here is another one, I trust that you don't take issue with the journalistic integrity of the LA Times?
http://www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik … olumn.html
You are not going to question corroboration of this Salon story by the Wall Street JOurnal, are you?
http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2015/11/0 … -watchdog/
This Senator Warren has been throughly vetted by me and I suggest you get educated on her superb record for yourself. The attacks on her by the GOP are not new, as she is the uncompromising Elliot Ness type we need against banksters. So when you get after the GOP's fat cat constiuency, of course they are going to take issue.
Under this circumstance, you can be confident that a 'no bias zone' exist.
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