“My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.” Who said it?
Ten years on: was Columbine the rule or the exception?
Part two in a series How did it happen? Why did it happen? There’s simply no way to measure how many hours have devoted to these questions in the ten years and […]
Legacy of the bankruptcy bill: More foreclosures, financial meltdowns, and open corruption
By Martin Bosworth One of my first big battles as a consumer advocate was campaigning against the 2005 bankruptcy bill overhaul, which sadly passed despite all our best efforts. Looking back, I […]
The Bush administration's waging war on consumer safety–and we're fighting back
By Martin Bosworth Safe products are one of those things it’s hard to create any kind of meaningful opposition against. You can argue (rightly or wrongly) about the Iraq war, or changing […]