Wednesday, July 28, 2010

In Economic Woes 07-28

It's a TARP! Fin-Reg Exempts SEC from Transperency Requirements

Schwarzenegger orders government worker furloughs
Krugman's 'Fraud' Why does the former Enron adviser write things that are flatly untrue?

Our Bloated Government Can't Fight Obesity

Unexpected Drop in Durable Goods

Double Dip? New Normal? No Fun either Way

Sun Could Set Suddenly on Superpower as Debt Bites

Institute for Justice: The Power of One Entrepreneur Campaign

If they're not over-regulating small businesses, they are under-funding big ventures. Ugh! Commercial Spaceflight, We Have a Problem. Reduced government funding could scuttle some projects

IRS Continues to Use 'Tax Protester' Label Despite Congressional Prohibition

Bush tax cuts: Keep some, allow others to expire. With the economy still struggling and worries about the deficit continuing, Congress must carefully evaluate and revise tax policy

If You're a Progressive, How Come You're So Rich?

Atlas Didn't Shrug He's just sitting on his hands while he confronts regulatory and tax uncertainty.

The Timeless Principles of American Prosperity

Right to Work Is a Winning Political Issue

Will Obama's Deficit Commission Call for $26.7 Trillion Tax Increase?

Goldman Already a Step Ahead of FinReg Let's face it, the financial arm of the government is practically entirely ex-Goldman employees.

SEC Says New Financial Regulation Law Exempts it From Public Disclosure

Localities, states scramble to spend foreclosure relief aid

Federal Debt and the Risk of a Fiscal Crisis

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