Is it time to end speculative banking on the taxpayer's dime?

In the weeks ahead, righteous indignation may resurface as taxpayers get wind of how Wall Street bankers pay themselves multi-million dollar bonuses, subsided by the public.

Is there a better way? One that produces policies that achieve the common good, while still retaining the benefits of the free market system? Indeed there is. And it doesn't involve banning banks or limiting their involvement in the economy.