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The US Recovery, Dow Jones, Sequestration and Pubic Lice

It's time to throw a $16 billion par-tay! Read More »

Lehman On My Mind

Did we learn the lesson from the Lehman fall? Read More »

TV Review: Torchwood: Miracle Day – “The New World”

Torchwood roars back with a new adventure, and adds plenty of new characters to the universe. Read More »

TV Review: Too Big to Fail

Too Big to Fail boasts a stellar cast, and is about as balanced as can be expected. Read More »

Global Leadership at the Cost of Sweat and Blood

The Secretary of State Ms. Hillary Clinton is worried, in a rare confession, that the US might be losing ability to exercise ‘global leadership’ due to it's debt and deficit arisen out of waging two unpaid wars and tax cuts. Read More »

As Usual, Government Regulation as Political Payoff

The financial regulation measure before the Senate will only benefit the big banks. Surprise, Surprise! Read More »

Book Review: Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System by Andrew Ross Sorkin

Essential reading for anyone who wants a clear, concise picture of the decisions that led to failure of Lehman brothers and the resulting fallout. Read More »

Let California Fail

Too big to fail is a failed plea for California as well. Read More »