Bernie Sanders has introduced a bill to break up banks that are too big to fail. What the Republican managers of Congress have done with it is absurd.
The North Carolina Coalition Against Corporate Power has put out the call for Americans upset at the practices of Bank of America to mount a protest during its annual shareholders meeting, culminating in Charlotte NC on May 9: Homeowners, students, immigrants, environmentalists, workers, women’s groups,
For a movement that is supposed to be dead, Occupy is curiously active. Take this word sent to Irregular Times by Daniel Pflaker of Wesleyan University today: What: #Occupy march on Bank of America Where: Wesleyan University’s Olin Library When: Friday, April 27, 3pm Middletown’s
http://wapo.st/HBnYt5“>Occupy activists are asking people who hold Bank of America accounts to shut them down and move their funds to a credit union or community bank on April 13. Do you have a Bank of America account? If you do, are you planning to move
Are we really supposed to believe that Bank of America wants to give Rick Perry nothing more than advice about job creation? Bank of America itself isn’t creating jobs. It’s destroying jobs by the thousands. What possible advice on job creation could Bank of America give to Rick Perry?
A merger with the known universe isn’t as big a deal as it might have been before the Republicans ruined our educational system.
This protest is about a lot more than just the Republic Windows and Doors company and the Bank of America failing to meet their obligations. It’s about the way that America has been cheated even while Wall Street has gotten billions and billions in bailouts.
You might want to call your bank this morning and check – has it been bought out by Bank of America yet? How big is that safety net you’ve got handy?