The US political economy helps exactly one tiny group. The rest of us are irrelevant. But thanks, says President Obama and and his collaborator Lloyd Blankfein.
|By: dakine01 Friday October 4, 2013 5:00 pm|
So much for the monthly Jobs Report. One of the effects of the government shutdown (no Fox News, it is NOT a “slimdown“) is no monthly Jobs Report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
|By: masaccio Sunday September 29, 2013 10:45 am|
I’d forgotten what a loathsome human Lloyd Blankfein is, but he opened his yap and reminded me.
|By: DSWright Thursday September 26, 2013 8:35 am|
So, Wall Street, what have you learned the last five years? What is the lesson?
|By: DSWright Wednesday June 26, 2013 8:40 am|
The corporate “ed reform” movement to privatize public education is quite lucrative – public education spending runs in the billions across the country. So should anyone be surprised that Wall Street has stepped out of the shadows to get in on the action?
|By: cocktailhag Thursday November 29, 2012 8:00 pm|
If I were a Republican at this particular moment, I’d have but one wish: Better grifters, please.
|By: Jon Walker Wednesday November 21, 2012 1:10 pm|
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein calling for Social Security and Medicare spending to be “contained.”
|By: dakine01 Tuesday October 9, 2012 8:00 pm|
What I find most ironic about these CEO deficit hawks complaining about the “uncertainty” that is hurting the economy is that they are the ones responsible for helping to create said uncertainty to begin with.
|By: Peterr Monday September 17, 2012 4:16 pm|
I’ve been surprised by Mitt Romney’s forays into foreign affairs. Thus far, he’s done little but parrot tired GOP talking points, that have been used by candidates and pundits for ages. What’s missing is Romney’s personal touch. What’s missing is a foreign policy that draws on his strengths and builds on his own experiences of the world. Imagine the foreign policy approach that the founder of Bain Capital would bring to a situation like Greece…
|By: Peterr Saturday December 24, 2011 9:00 am|
The Smithsonian magazine highlights — and supports — evolution in the cover story of their January issue. Online, they go even further, with additional information and links.
Cue the TheoCon heads exploding in five, four, three . . .