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Why Kim Jong Un Was Really Afraid of 'The Interview'
Russian Roulette: Taxpayers Could Be on the Hook for Trillions in Oil Derivatives
How States Are Redistributing the Wealth
Bankers Brought Rating Agencies ‘To Their Knees’ On Tobacco Bonds
How Bashar al-Assad's Regime Came Back in the Syrian Civil War in 2014
By Andy Borowitz
JPMorgan Chase has been involved in more than a dozen felonies. Why are we still doing business with it?
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Former Truthdigger of the Week and Public Banking Institute President Ellen Brown led a debate in The New York Times’ opinion pages this week, arguing: “We actually need publicly owned banks for a capitalist market economy to run properly.”
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North Dakota’s thriving state bank makes a mockery of Wall Street’s casino banking system—and that’s why financial elites want to crush it.
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