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This Time it’s Bernanke’s Housing Bubble

Ben Bernanke is making the same mistake as his predecessor. Read More »

Gap Between Rich and Poor Rooted in Government Policy

There is no recovery, just the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer. Read More »

Money Cannot Be Eaten

Materialism is just as oppressive as the other 'isms' humanity has been struggling to free itself from. Read More »

Washington Should Follow Laissez-Faire

If I didn't know better I'd swear Washington is out to destroy Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Read More »

Book Review: The Fund by H.T. Narea

A financial thriller made for the scrap heap: This simplistic debut from investment banker H.T. Narea takes advantage of a much bigger problem. Read More »

A Dream Deferred

What happens to a dream deferred? Read More »

Bernanke is Still Clueless

Ben Bernanke has been consistently wrong in the past. Why does anybody listen to him anymore? Read More »

Logic, Not Emotions, Should Rule the Day

Unemployment benefits meant to help the unemployed actually do more harm than good. Read More »

Book Review: All the Devils Are Here by Bethany McLean and Joe Nocera

If there is only time to read one book about the recent financial crisis, this should probably be it. Read More »

Book Review: The Last of the Imperious Rich: Lehman Brothers: 1844-2008 by Peter Chapman

Chapman's history of Lehman Brothers a narrative of the rise and decline of America's economic power. Read More »