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Vulnerability: Loss of Power at Atlanta Airport

Vulnerability: Loss of Power at Atlanta Airport

Loss of power at Atlanta airport causing travel crisis, regardless of cause, shows us how vulnerable we are to cyber-attack. Congress must make a concerted effort and major investment to quickly understand the vulnerabilities and devise solid solutions. The Russian election shenanigans (a benevolent sounding term for an act of war) could be just the tip off the ice berg. … Read More The post Vulnerability: Loss of Power at Atlanta Airport appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 987.2: Memorial Day, a Day of Remembrance

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It’s not just an excuse for a three-day weekend or a day for barbecue and beer. Memorial Day is a time for Americans to connect with our national history and core values by honoring those who gave their lives fighting for this country. It’s said that this special day to salute fallen Americans was born during the Civil War in … Read More The post COMMENTARY 987.2: Memorial Day, a Day of Remembrance appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 983.4: Working Together

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I want to be thin — especially when I’m not hungry. And it seems the President and members of Congress want to work together — especially if they don’t have strong feelings about the issue. I liked President Obama’s call for more civility and greater cooperation, but I’m not convinced it will happen. There’s always a lot of room between … Read More The post COMMENTARY 983.4: Working Together appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 972.2: The Presidents Day Un-Celebration — Honoring Not Just the Great, But All U.S. Presidents

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If you’re not going to school or work today, it’s because it’s a national holiday. The country used to celebrate the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln separately, but in 1971 Richard Nixon and Congress, in order to create a perpetual three-day weekend, merged the two holidays into a brand new one called Presidents Day, to honor all U.S. … Read More The post COMMENTARY 972.2: The Presidents Day Un-Celebration — Honoring Not Just the Great, But All U.S. Presidents appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Bernie Sanders outlines plan to end Wall Street's 'greed, fraud and …

Bernie Sanders sought to rekindle the anger of the Occupy Wall Street movement in a major policy speech in New York on Tuesday that revealed how he would aim to dismantle much of the modern investment banking …

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Bernie Sanders outlines plan to end Wall Street's 'greed, fraud and …

Bernie Sanders in Policy Speech on Wall Street – Sputnik

Vermont Senator Sanders described Wall Street as being run on “greed, fraud, dishonesty and arrogance,â€� and went on the offensive against his rival Hillary Clinton for her ties to the financial industry. The Clinton family has …

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Bernie Sanders in Policy Speech on Wall Street – Sputnik

Bernie Sanders in Policy Speech on Wall Street – Sputnik International

Vermont Senator Sanders described Wall Street as being run on “greed, fraud, dishonesty and arrogance,â€� and went on the offensive against his rival Hillary Clinton for her ties to the financial industry. The Clinton family has …

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Bernie Sanders in Policy Speech on Wall Street – Sputnik International

Bernie Sanders unveils foundation-shattering Wall Street reform plans

On Tuesday, Sanders again took on the Fed in a wide-ranging speech on Wall Street and the economy, but the Fed got off easy compared to the rest of Wall Street, especially the country's biggest banks. In his speech, . . .

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Sanders thrusts Wall Street reform to center of Clinton showdown

“Having studied all the Wall Street reform proposals, I firmly believe Hillary Clinton has put forward the toughest, farthest-reaching plan of anyone running for President,â€� de Blasio said in a statement to POLITICO. While de …

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Sanders thrusts Wall Street reform to center of Clinton showdown

What Clinton Gets Right, And Wrong, About Wall Street Reform

Hillary Clinton's op-ed in The New York Times Monday on how she would handle Wall Street and financial reform as president appears so far to have landed with a thud. There is little evidence that it has sparked the kind of …

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What Clinton Gets Right, And Wrong, About Wall Street Reform