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Kagro in the Morning

Sep 18, 2015

This Episode is about money, where it goes, and why people make the decisions they do about whom they share it with.  A couple good places to share:, Daily Kos Radio, and David Waldman - the team that brings you discussion of topics that you do not hear anywhere else. Like these:

John Dean, who used to work on one side, but now doesn't, asks: Will the second debate confirm that “Mad as Hell” Republicans don’t want a competent presidential candidate?

The elite are different from you and me.  David looks into a study that concludes that Rich elites—even rich liberal elites—don’t believe in redistributing wealth.

Unsurprisingly, many Wall Street executives say wrongdoing is necessary for success.

And - the dealers who control the U.S. Treasury market rigged bond auctions for years.

Which leads David back to the the LIBOR bid rigging cartel, and history’s largest financial crime that the WSJ and NYT would like you to forget.

Does this talk of rampant greed on a monstrous scale and its financial machinations make you hopping mad?  Then you should tune in to "Hopping Mad with Arliss Bunny & Will McLeod", debuting next Monday, September 21 at 8AM on!  

Maybe if you share these hashtags: #gunfail, and #lockdownnation, more people will understand the scope of these problems and work to address them.