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In Bed with Wall Street: Book Talk at Library of Congress

Posted by Larry Doyle on November 5, 2014 11:28 AM |

America awakes this morning to a Republican wave breaking over Washington and coursing across our nation. While some may view yesterday’s election results as simply a stamp of approval of “right vs left”, I think the nation as a whole said something far more meaningful than that. I believe a significant percentage of voters tried to send a message to Washington and their state capitols of “right vs wrong.”

In an attempt to echo those who voted for “right vs wrong,” I welcome submitting my book talk given a few months ago but just posted this morning on the Library of Congress’ website.

Future generations are counting on us to stand up and speak out against corruption and crony-style politics. We need to hold those charged with protecting the public interest to proper account. To that end, I hope those who will view this clip will also share it with others. I get very specific in terms of exposing real corruption, naming names, and proposing reforms.


(If you find the volume on the clip not to be strong enough, I encourage you to utilize the closed captioned (cc) button in the lower right of the clip accessed at the library’s website, the link to which is below the first paragraph above, so as to visualize the spoken words, especially during the Q/A segment.)

Navigate accordingly.

Larry Doyle

Please order a hard copy or Kindle version of my book, In Bed with Wall Street: The Conspiracy Crippling Our Global Economy.

For those reading this via syndicated outlet or by e-mail or another delivery, please visit the blog to view this clip and to comment on this piece of ‘sense on cents.’

For those who are interested in contacting me, please write to me via e-mail at senseoncents@aol.com.

  • Disenchanted

    Watched it. Impressive.

  • Brian

    Bully!! As TR would say.

  • Jake

    Glad to see you back at it – if only once – I too agree that we can’t sacrifice our children’s future if anything we should be preparing to make it easier for them.

  • Ellen

    I think there needs to be a book on the small firm trials and tribulations with regulation and how unfair it is. They are making some strides in how they are handling small firms, but there is a long way to go.

    Many members believe regulation should be split between large and small.

    Most members just believe it is all corrupt and nothing will ever be done.

  • Steve

    LD,

    This was excellent. Thanks very much for sending it.

  • Peter

    Passionate presentation LD. It reflects well on your book.

    A well deserved shout out to POGO.

  • GMA

    Thank you!! If I were a billionaire, I would purchase prime air time on all major networks with the stipulation they simultaneously run your presentation. I think many of us are aware that the “bailouts” and subsequent policies have primarily been to the benefit of the offenders and those in a position to “play” the markets. (Differs from more traditional investing). I appreciate your giving voice to the back story and calling attention to (as your book title makes clear) the fact that legislators are, indeed, “In Bed with Wall Street”.

  • Peter

    Come on back LD – 140 chars don’t cut it!

  • Peter Scannell

    “Rest assured, Sense on Cents is not going away.” What’s up LD? You came back for the 2014 November elections – hasn’t anything since inspired a Sense on Cents post? I won’t lay down for anybody – you shouldn’t either. Much love and respect, even thought we are on opposite sides of many fences, God speed!

  • interesting article






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