Email

You Say You Want A Revolution?

1 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich took to Facebook to wonder aloud, “At what point does conspicuous consumption by the ultra-wealthy invite a revolution?” His comments didn’t go down well in certain quarters.

That was just one of the day’s stories that Shah Gilani pored over on Fox Business’ “Real Halftime Report.” The other topics were less inflammatory.

Such as: What’s behind La-Z-Boy’s (NYSE: LZB) first revenue drop in more than three and a half years? What does Janet Yellen have to offer the markets now that QE3 is unwinding?

And in a more serious note: How high can we expect oil to rise should hostilities escalate in Iraq?

 



One Response to You Say You Want A Revolution?

  1. DAVE EASTON says:

    Did I hear the Female Anchor claim Reich is too overstated —- That we have a very financially mobile society — liar liar pants on fire — the US economy is the LEAST MOBLE OF THE WETERN DEMOCRACIES — WE IN THE US NOW LIVE IN ANECONOMIC CASTE SYSTEM —

    NOTE:ACCORIDNG TO THE BIBLE WE ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVE A JUBILEE EVERY 50 YEARS — SOOOO — WHERE’S THE FREE PARKING FOR THAT!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


5 − one =