Geithner is the quintessential insider who is now preparing to get paid handsomely for all of his time in “public service.”
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Her campaign is already in motion. All it needs now is money.
A sham and a fraud. That’s all these front groups are. Amazingly, 357,000 gullibles have been found to sign their petition.
Excessive hubris and other peoples’ money is a dangerous combination, as Corzine is about to find out.
There is way more to this “collaborative effort” than just improving Google’s spiders.
The internet has successfully exposed the Bilderberg Group which has been forced to issue press releases about their activities. That’s a breakthrough. Just don’t believe them.
Matt Taibbi is fearless. He is a liberal, and writes for a liberal journal. I don’t care. He reports what he sees, not what others want him to see. I hope he wears a flak jacket and has a body guard.
It’s a game, a charade. Even if the central bank’s president lies through his teeth, his audience believes him anyway. Is there no one there to exclaim: “The emperor is naked!”?
Mario Draghi. Who? According to Matthew Lynn, writing at MarketWatch.com, “measured by what [he] can actually do, the most powerful person will soon be the president of the European Central Bank, the Italian banker Mario Draghi.” He explains: In the last few weeks, we have seen an extraordinary expansion of the European Central Bank’s powers. It can […]
No one should be surprised. When a heroin addict has his supply cut off he goes into withdrawal. In economics that withdrawal, in a paper or digit money environment, aided by fractional reserve banking which amplifies the “hit” through “high-powered money,” is called recession. If the addict is sufficiently addicted, the withdrawal is called a depression. That’s the lesson for today in Europe.