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Mar 12 2023
Kamala Harris not returning calls to Elizabeth Warren: Report
Vice President Kamala Harris reportedly is not returning Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) phone calls due to comments the senator made back in January.Washington Examiner
Mar 13 2023
Elizabeth Warren: Silicon Valley Bank Is Gone. We Know Who Is Responsible.
No one should be mistaken about what unfolded over the past few days in the U.S. banking system: These recent bank failures are the direct result of leaders in Washington weakening the financial rules.
In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act to protect consumers and ensure that big banks could never again take down the economy and destroyElizabeth Warren
Mar 13 2023
Barney Frank blames crypto panic for his bank’s collapse. Elizabeth Warren blames Trump.
Former Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Elizabeth Warren — two key architects of the post-2008 system of Wall Street regulation — are at odds over what’s dragging down banks once again.
Frank, who chaired the House Financial Services Committee in the wake of the global financial crisis and wrote sweeping new rules enacted in 2010, most recently served on the board of New York’s Signature BankPolitico
Mar 15 2023
Keller @ Large: Sen. Elizabeth Warren says it's time to bring back tougher bank regulations
BOSTON - Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is calling for a return to tougher regulations after the abrupt collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and several others. In an interview with WBZ-TV, Warren slammed the Federal Reserve, Congress and bank executives for their roles in the banking meltdown, especially the 2018 rollback of regulations governing mid-size banks. "They took theCBS News (Online)
Dec 16 2022
Elizabeth Warren And Kevin O’Leary Clash On Regulating Crypto
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and celebrity investor Kevin O’Leary clashed during a Wednesday hearing of the Senate Banking Committee discussing new federal regulations on cryptocurrency following the collapse of digital asset exchange FTX.
The company filed for bankruptcy last month after users learned that the venture’s assets were commingled with sister firm Alameda Research; bothThe Daily Wire
Apr 06 2020
The Elizabeth Warren of This Recession Is…An Elizabeth Warren Staffer
Before she was a senator or a presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren’s first foray into politics began when former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid tapped Warren to serve on a congressional panel charged with overseeing a $700 billion bank bailout during the 2008 financial crisis. It was in that role that Warren, a Harvard law professor and personal bankruptcy expert, became a hero ofMother Jones
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Feb 27 2020
The Case for Elizabeth Warren
On Tuesday night, after the latest Democratic debate, Ann Coulter tweeted: “Sen. Warren has convinced me that Bernie isn’t that worrisome. He’ll never get anything done. SHE’S the freak who will show up with 17 idiotic plans every day and keep everyone up until it gets done.” Vicious reactionary that she is, Coulter cut to the heart of Elizabeth Warren’s promise.
Warren has an almostMichelle Goldberg
Jan 12 2023
Elizabeth Warren endorses in California Senate race against incumbent colleague - The Boston Globe
But despite the personal connection, Warren’s decision to endorse Porter was also a significant break with political custom, as the incumbent California Senator Dianne Feinstein is Warren’s colleague and has yet to announce her intentions for 2024. The move speaks to a long relationship between the pair of politicians. Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, taught Porter at Harvard Law and hasThe Boston Globe
Jun 02 2019
Elizabeth Warren, Corporatist
The Left has endorsed a new form of corporate paternalism. ‘Corporatism” is one of the most misunderstood words in the political vocabulary. American progressives use it to indicate the domination of the state by business interests, when in fact it means something closer to the opposite: the subordination of commerce and industry to political mandates.National Review