Saturday, January 23, 2010
In Economic Woes 01-23
Joblessness Across the U.S.: December Unemployment Rates by State
A Victory for Fiscal Sovereignty and a Long-Overdue Defeat for the IRS
As long as some firms are considered too big to fail, those firms will take outsized risks.
Welcome back, Glass-Steagall
Obama Seen as Anti-Business by 77% of U.S. Investors
Stocks Have Worst Week Since March
CEOs to Hill: Quit Calling Us for Campaign Cash
Obama targets New York
The Great Recession Continues. Americans haven't been fooled by the Dow's rise. What they see ahead are more taxes.
Pork Report, January 22, 2009: Bureaucrats Gone Wild Edition
Illinois enters a state of insolvency
Banks shut in Fla., Mo., NM, Ore., Wash.
Have I mentioned recently that Barbara Boxer is a vile person with the morals and ethics of a flesh-eating zombie? Also she smells funny and looks very tired. And once (just once) she was rude to my husband. I heard she's also incontinent. Boxer’s Hypocrisy on Bernanke
Government payroll across U.S. Presidencies
Frank recommends replacing Fannie and Freddie in overhaul
Casulaties of Corporatism, Obama-Style
Bernanke under pressure
Smooth sailing now; icebergs ahead
Bankers must not be pantomime villains
Stocks Turn Negative for Year; GE Gains
Bayh calls for freeze in discretionary spending
Goldman’s Escape Route Might Be the Private Road: David Reilly AND Cross of Goldman. Obama’s proposals to break up banks and limit their activities will contribute little to financial stability and make it more difficult for them to succeed