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When it comes to moral culpability for the Aurora cinema shootings, Congress is guilty as hell, according to this columnist.
Even a hefty fine would be insufficient -- the CEO needs to lose his job.
The bank will get vilified one way or another -- if profits rise or fall.
The LIBOR scandal is only the latest black eye for Wall Street.
Law enforcement, not only regulation, is needed when it comes to Chesapeake and Green Mountain.
The new law encourages stock fraud, repelling potential investors.
CEO Jamie Dimon will face a government committee that backs the bank.
His rolling band of pranksters do damage to the Romney campaign.
The average investor, again, was left holding the bag after the share sale.
They just go to a different bank and lose more money.