Tuesday, April 20, 2010

In Economic Woes 04-20

California Ranks Last in Combination Measure of Tax Burden and Tax Structure

VATs are evil and wrong. Period. The VAT Is Obama's License to Spend

Gee, I wonder why. White House Caught Altering Stimulus Baseline Projection by 7 Million Jobs

An Economy of Liars. When government and business collude, it's called crony capitalism. Expect more of this from the financial reforms contemplated in Washington

Is Washington Bankrupting America?

The SEC, Goldman Sachs, and John Paulson’s Money Trail. The Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs has been in the news, following an SEC civil action last week. Somehow, the other party to that transaction, hedge fund manager John Paulson, hasn't had as much attention. Curious

POJTV Video - Grover Norquist: "Leave our Earnings Alone"

Wall Street cashes out investment in Chris Dodd

Regulation Reality Tour Kicks Off in Colorado

The Obama-Dodd-Frank-Everything’s-A-Bank-Bill

The Dismal Economics of Utopia. Spreading the wealth around forces massive inequalities. Duh.

PJTV Video - 2010 Pig Awards: Breaking our Bank By Bringing Home the Bacon

Fannie and Freddie Amnesia. Taxpayers are on the hook for about $400 billion, partly because Sen. Obama helped to block reform.

The Obama Revolving Door: Former WH Counsel Craig goes to Goldman Sachs

Regulatory reform debate obscures key fact: Everybody’s getting money from Wall Street

GOP seeks SEC records on Goldman

Is Goldman Obama's Enron? No, it's worse

Awful Tax System Causing a Growing Number of Americans to “Go Galt”

PJTV Video (VodkaPundit) - Hair of the Dog: Geithner's Golden Hover Ponies Take on Naughty Wall Street Bankers

GOP senators avoid co-sponsoring campaign finance reform bill

Geithner to Pressure Collins Today—Man the Battle Stations

Tax Court Rejects "Geithner Defense," Says Reliance on TurboTax Does Not Excuse Taxpayer From Penalty for Errors on Tax Return

Hawaii Needs Free Markets, Not “Sustainability”

Goldman Sachs Has Hurt Wall Street and Our Country

‘If you tax them, they will leave’. Chris Christie seeks to mend the broke and broken state of New Jersey.

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