Generational Theft

Good stuff. I like the feisty Ratigan too. “you are talking about somebody who left his job at CNBC in order to pursue politicians because of his frustration and anger at the revelation of a system that was clearly designed, basically, to perpetuate generational theft and then cover it up.” And he’s the new guy at the network that fired Phil Donahue because he considered the antiwar side in the drumbeat days before the Second Iraq War. Wonder how long he’ll last.

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