- October 1, 2012
ForbesVisit the publisher's website
- September 12, 2012
Pacific Sun features report “America Is Not Broke”Visit the publisher's website • See the report
- August 8, 2012
The Star-Ledger features blog “Mr. President, the Elephant in the Room Is Not a Republican”Visit the publisher's website • See the blog
- July 31, 2012
The San Antonio Express-News features blog “Shell-shocked Again, this Time because of Aurora”Visit the publisher's website • See the blog
- July 23, 2012
Mindful MoneyVisit the publisher's website
According to Matfess, both letters were written by experienced insiders who came to disdain the systemic failures and abuses of their respective institutions.
More important, she writes, is that both of these letters were written with a greater intention than simply giving their authors' two-weeks notice.
"The inventory of flaws in the financial system provided in these resignations is, at least in part, addressed to the American people. Though I can only speak for myself, I hope that Americans are willing to hear these critiques and demand greater governmental oversight for domestic financial institutions and increased transparency and accountability for international financial actors."
- July 19, 2012
The Beacon Broadside features article “50 Years of Gutting America's Middle Class”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- July 17, 2012
The Philippine Daily InquirerVisit the publisher's website
“People across Asia ate unpolished rice in great quantities a century and a half ago,” add Robin Broad and John Cavanagh of American University and Institute of Policy Studies, respectively. “When Westerners brought rice mills to the country a century ago, Filipinos found the taste of the new white rice strange, and it took a while [for them] to get used to it.”
- July 10, 2012
The San Jose Mercury News features article “Health Care Access Shouldn't Require Good Luck ”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
"Hilary Matfess, the excited young woman with lupus in the photo by Slate magazine's David Weigel (www.slate.com), would probably agree with me," wrote Sue McAllister. "A Johns Hopkins University student, she wrote this in a blog post on the Institute for Policy Studies, where she is an intern: 'I'm still celebrating the Supreme Court's ruling as a promising sign that Americans are on the brink of adopting a health care system based on a sense of community, not luck.'"
"As a member of the pre-existing-condition community, I hope she's right."
- July 5, 2012
Progressive Charlestown (RI) features article “Health Care Access Shouldn't Require Good Luck ”Visit the publisher's website • See the article
- July 4, 2012
The Columbia County (GA) News-Times features article “Health Care Access Shouldn't Require Good Luck ”Visit the publisher's website • See the article