David C. John

Heritage Foundation

Guest

Senior research fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation, specializing in retirement security

David C. John on KCRW

For the first time since the New Deal, retiring Americans will be worse off than their parents, and it's not just because of the Great Recession.

American Workers and the Retirement Squeeze

For the first time since the New Deal, retiring Americans will be worse off than their parents, and it's not just because of the Great Recession.

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Liberal Senate Democrat Chris Dodd and conservative Republican Richard Shelby have co-authored  a bill  to reform the business of credit-card lending.  In his latest weekly radio…

Credit Card Companies Max Themselves Out on Capitol Hill

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During good times, consumers were seduced with easy credit. Now, angry card-holders tell stories about rising interest rates and decreasing limits.

Cracking Down on Credit Card Companies

During good times, consumers were seduced with easy credit. Now, angry card-holders tell stories about rising interest rates and decreasing limits.

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