Wall Street

It is time to take care of our own

The American public is finally waking up! The (Wall Street) “occupiers” are a good start. They don’t have a platform as of today, but may I suggest they look at what has ha ...

US disloyal to its own

The economic truth has finally surfaced on Wall Street. People are protesting against corporate greed. But, that’s just part of the problem facing America. We have millions livin ...

Dems exempt from own chaos

Who can you believe? One side says that we will have a financial armageddon if we don’t raise the debt ceiling. Scare tactics abound from the Democrats. Republicans insist on spe ...

Stop bleeding city budget

Are Rocklin citizens sitting on a fence when the very people that run our city come under fire for paying out lucrative salaries allowing triple digit incomes and pension packages ...

Republicans aid fat cat cronies

After Republican policies turned a $500 billion surplus into a multi-trillion dollar deficit earlier this decade, crashed our economy, and recently forced almost $1 trillion more ( ...

Vote liberal for a life worth living

In answer to Grant Shaw, (Reader Input, Sept. 26): What? The banks were drug, kicking and screaming, forced by government regulations (and liberals) to give mortgages to people who ...

GOP Congress ran amok

I appreciate that Arne Celick (“Blown away by the power of Bush,” Reader Input, Sept. 2) is 87 years old, so I’ll be a bit gentle with him. Perhaps Mr. Celick needs to go to ...

Politicians in bed with biz

I see lots of people complaining about BP (and they deserve it) and the financial giants (and they deserve it). But how about the politicians who take tens of millions of dollars f ...

Greed grown all too pervasive

It’s all about greed. Greed is one of the seven deadly sins. Wall Street caused the recession because of profits without concern for consequences. The Massey coal mine disaste ...

Fat cats aren’t suffering

Is the United States “too big to fail?” With the deficit and debt both rising at an astronomical rate, who will be there to bail us out? I’m not sure who we can count on in ...