Red Hook, Brooklyn
Today's populist rage is brought to you by Andrew Ross Sorkin, in his NYT column headlined "Bank Profits Appear Out of Thin Air":
Why can't anybody read the room here? After all the financial wizardry that got the country — actually, the world — into trouble, why don't these bankers give their audience what it seems to crave? Perhaps a bit of simple math that could fit on the back of an envelope, with no asterisks and no fine print, might win cheers instead of jeers from the market.