- September 15, 2016"I can think of no matter of 'intense public interest' about which 'the American people deserve the details' than the issue of what precisely happened to the criminal referrals that followed the 2008 crash."
- July 27, 2016The first night in Philadelphia was a celebration of progressive values, but Big Money still has a grip on the party.
- July 27, 2016The Virginia senator represents an all-clear signal to potential donors in high finance.
- April 18, 2016Companies like H&R Block and Intuit are big spenders in Washington — and they're not trying to make our tax returns easier.
- March 22, 2016He says Democrats are paying too much attention to Ivy Leaguers and not enough to the working class.
- March 7, 2016Why isn’t anyone talking about it?
- February 9, 2016
This post first appeared at Mother Jones. Hillary Clinton has received a lot of campaign money from the financial industry over the years, and after she left the State Department she gave several lucrative speeches to Goldman Sachs and other big banks. As Michael Hirsh puts it, this has given her a reputation for being "more than a little cozy" with Wall Street. But is she?