Pam Martens

Pam Martens has been a contributing writer at CounterPunch since 2006. Martens writes regularly on finance at

Republican Candidates are Paying a Fossil Fuels Conglomerate for Voter Data Mining

Koch Industries Is Staffing Up with Voter Data Scientists to Tip the November Election to the Extreme Right

Clinton Says Wall Street Banks Aren’t the Threat, But Her Platform Writers Think They are

How Wall Street Parasites Have Devoured Their Hosts, Your Retirement Plan and the U.S. Economy

New York is Drowning in Bribes and Corruption

Goldman Sachs’ Trader Finds a New Occupy Tactic

Cato’s Amazing Hypocrisy as It Battles the Kochtopus

Resurrecting Ayn Rand: Hedge Fund Money Teams Up With Koch & BB&T

Ayn Rand: the Tea Party’s Miscast Matriarch

Occupy the SEC Pitches An Extreme Makeover of Wall Street

Foreclosure Settlement: Just Another Link In a Long Chain of Corruption

Wall Street’s Secret Spy Center, Run for the 1% by NYPD

Wall Street Firms Spy on Protesters In Tax-Funded Center

Financial Giants Put New York City Cops On Their Payroll

Koch Entertained Justice Thomas At His Private Club

The Koch Whisperers

The Cast Expands in the Strauss-Kahn Saga

The Real Strauss-Kahn Story Back at the New York Times

The Strauss-Kahn Handlers Crank Out the Lawsuits

Conspirators Unmasked in the DSK Drama

Dershowitz Promotes Settlement for Strauss-Kahn as Hotel Housekeeper Lawyers Up

Will France Tidy Up After Housekeeper Charges?

The Tax-Payers’ Tab: a Cool $9 Trillion and Then Some

Fears Mount on TSA Body Scanners

Ten Ideas to Starve the Wall Street Beast