Pulitzer Prize winning…

Written By: - Date published: 3:17 pm, April 17th, 2012 - 10 comments
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Matt Wuerker has won Politico’s first Pulitzer for his excellent editorial cartoons.  They certainly capture something…

10 comments on “Pulitzer Prize winning…”

  1. Jim Nald 1

    And the top 1%
    see inefficiency and waste here, there and everywhere
    cry poverty
    engineer public assets to be sold off
    demand austerity and bailouts from the 99%

    • Craig Glen Eden 1.1

      Thats right Jim because if the investors dont get their money back on failed investments they wont invest again in NZ. Its sooooo sick!

  2. vto 2

    Two solutions to bankers greed;

    1. Slice usury off at the knees.
    2. Remove money issuance from private hands.

  3. Vivienne 3

    Read books by Michael Lewis especially ‘The Big Short-inside the doomsday machine,’ to get a grasp on the murky world of banking and the stock market.

    The realm of John Key-trader!

  4. The problem with that second picture is that the top 1% is actually a more selective group than implied- you would need to also include the upper class, too, probably with some kitschy glass-top chrome-legged table.

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