We have a great show this week. First up is Paul Piff, a social psychologist at UC-Berkeley who has done a number of studies showing that, behaviorally, the rich aren't like you and I.
September 14, 2013
Then we have a double-segment with William Black. Black is a former banking regulator who was heavily involved in the prosecution of fraud during the Savings and Loan crisis, and has been an outspoken critic of the "too big to jail" philosophy that's resulted in exactly zero high-level prosecutions despite the widespread fraud that led up to the 2008 crash.