We're squandering our future obsessing about stock price, hoping that a rising stock market will lift us all out of these doldrums.
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It was an especially instructive moment to recently find in Le Monde an issue rarely touched upon by our media, and sadly, rarely an issue touched upon in our elective process: the nature of government's responsibility and support for the arts.
Frankenstein was a "failed artificial life experiment" that went badly wrong. Ours incubated in financial laboratories -- the result of complex "innovative" financial engineering.
Who knew that working as a lawyer for the Peace Corps was a stepping-stone to becoming the Inspector General of the Securities and Exchange Commission?
It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!
How can we bury the Too Small To Bailout banks in style? Here are a few suggestions.
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