Category Archives: Financial Reform

Clear, Blue Sky (a rare day of clarity) links and comments

It pains me that for many years I paid scant attention to what was happening in our country.  I became more conservative as I was growing older but I did little to promote it to others.  It was the Carter administration that … Continue reading

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Links and Comments

I get a lot of spambot comments on this.  I know some other WordPress sites do too.  I can’t imagine they could make money from my site and I wonder why they think I am into big brand name handbags. … Continue reading

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Military layoffs–We need to save money but this is not right

There has been a huge upswing in military layoffs.  I’ve seen articles from time to time but had not followed up on them.. Today Commentary Magazine has an article by Max Boot about these layoffs.  Before you read it read … Continue reading

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A valid criticism of the president

By the Washington Post’s conservative. The must-see critique of Obama and the debt-aholics By Jennifer Rubin On CNBC last night Ken Langone, the co-founder of Home Depot, delivered a lesson on debt and a scathing indictment of the president. His … Continue reading

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VDH on Obama and our debt

St. Obama and the Debt Dragon “Reckless Fiscal Policies” Why did Obama only enumerate George W. Bush’s big spending as responsible for the out-of-control $14 trillion-plus debt, while not mentioning his own contribution of $5 trillion? Why is there a … Continue reading

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Tea Parties — a summation

Glenn Reynolds has an editorial in today’s Washington Examiner.Dan Karipides sums it up nicely at Wizbang. As is often the case, Glenn makes a few points with simple clarity. Democratic and Republican politicians alike fear it, and increasing numbers of … Continue reading

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Revenge? Reform? Both?

This is the gist of Robert Samuelson’s op-ed in the Washington Post. the last paragraph says it all: What’s called “financial reform” has twin motivations: to stabilize financial markets and to punish “Wall Street” for the crisis. So much in … Continue reading

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