Roland Martin and the rest of the TJMS crew about why Rebuild the Dream exists, how our house meetings went, and what our prospects for success really are. One of the more interesting ideas that Van talked about was the notion of a financial transaction tax, where Wall Street traders would pay a fraction of a percent per trade, not enough to discourage honest investment, but enough to keep "flash trading" and rampant speculation at bay. The tax would raise $50 to $100 billion per year. Listen here:
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