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Reflections on GardenWorld Politics Douglass Carmichael

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No Comment (Harper’s Magazine)dougcar

Mon, 10 Jan 2011 22:31:23 +0000

y Scott Horton January 7, 12:29 PM Wall Street Sponsorship for the 112th Congress The 112th Congress is the first since the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United. How has that decision—which effectively opened the gates for corporate spending in election campaigns—shaped Congress? MSNBC’s Michael Isikoff and the Center for Public Integrity’s Peter Stone make […](image)

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The Bill Daley Problem from Simon Johnsndougcar

Mon, 10 Jan 2011 00:18:17 +0000

Top bankers, including Bill Daley, have pulled off a complete snow job – including since the crisis broke in fall 2008.  They have put forward their special interests while claiming to represent the general interest.  Business and other groups, of course, do this all the time.  But the difference here is the scale of the […](image)

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Simon Johnson: The Bill Daley Problemdougcar

Sun, 09 Jan 2011 19:46:52 +0000

In the latest available data (Q3 of 2010), the big 6 had assets worth 64 percent of GDP. This is up from before the crisis — assets in the big six at the end of 2006 were only about 55 percent of GDP. And this is up massively from 1995, when these same banks (some […](image)

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Good climate summariesdougcar

Sun, 09 Jan 2011 18:35:31 +0000

Climate Change 101 Trio of articles re-cover some global warming basics By Curtis Brainard via The emergence of complex differences of opinion and fact about climate in the lat year has, on the good side, three effects 1. it shows the weakness of journalism to deal with complexity 2. it has raised new and […](image)

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Bernanke voices greater confidence in recovery | Reutersdougcar

Fri, 07 Jan 2011 17:46:38 +0000

(Reuters) – The U.S. economy may finally be hitting its stride even if growth remains too weak to put a real dent in the nation’s jobless rate, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Friday. via That is, the economy is continuing to split into two, with the top half retaining what is paying […](image)

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Foreclosed housing dragdougcar

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 04:17:09 +0000

by CalculatedRisk on 1/03/2011 10:15:00 PM From CNBC: Home Prices Will Decline for Years: Zuckerman (ht Scott) Mort Zuckerman … blamed the continuing price decline on the so-called shadow inventory of foreclosed homes that’s yet to come on the market. via It would have been much cheaper all around to let people stay in […](image)

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Krugman also wants growthdougcar

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 03:07:01 +0000

Jobs, not G.D.P. numbers, are what matter to American families. And when you start from an unemployment rate of almost 10 percent, the arithmetic of job creation — the amount of growth you need to get back to a tolerable jobs picture — is daunting. First of all, we have to grow around 2.5 percent […](image)

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Third Inaugural Address – Jerry Browndougcar

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 02:59:13 +0000

I will meet not only with the leaders of energy companies but with executives from a broad range of California business and industry to work on common problems and break down barriers that hold us back. We live, after all, in the eighth largest economy in the world. Over the last decade, California has outpaced […](image)

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