2 F-16s along w/VC-25 flew over NYC appx. 10AM this morning. Link:Read Letter
An examination of Mr. Geithner’s five years as president of the New York Fed, an era of unbridled and ultimately disastrous risk taking by the financial industry, shows that he forged unusually close relationships with executives of Wall Street’s gia
Of course, if one were Machiavellian, this move may be Team Obama realizing rather late that they have made the success of Obama's presidency contingent on the Geithner program, and now they are trying, even more so than before. to pin the polici
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz of Columbia University said the program violated so many laws of economics that it was little more than an "empty box."
Deflation or hyperinflation will be our nemesis. These are the only two options left. The speculators on Wall Street and in the White House are again rolling the dice. But be assured that no matter what combination comes up we are going to be fleeced
No person can lose the right of Habeas Corpus or be confined for an indeterminate length of time - in these cases seven years - without charges being speedily brought against them. What a long "interrogation period!" Seven years?
This bill is meant to be a dagger through the heart of the blogging community and all those who share files over the internet.
Dear Mr. Obama, It is so great how you try to deceive the American people and the rest of the world into believing that what you were doing at the G20 summit is Innocent and great, when in reality your agenda is to move this countryRead Letter
David Kellermann, the acting chief financial officer of mortgage giant Freddie Mac, was found dead at his home Wednesday morning in what police said was an apparent suicide.
Bank of America Corp CEO Kenneth Lewis testified under oath that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson pressured him to keep quiet about losses at Merrill Lynch & Co, which the bank was buying
The White House and its top US Senate ally poured cold water Thursday on hopes of creating an independent commission to probe harsh Bush-era interrogation techniques widely seen as torture.
Can someone please tell us how U. S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano got her job? She appears to be about as knowledgeable about border issues as a late-night radio call-in yahoo. In an interview broadcast Monday on the CBC, Ms. Napol
President Obama’s national intelligence director told colleagues in a private memo last week that the harsh interrogation techniques banned by the White House did produce significant information that helped the nation in its struggle with terrorists.
Mr. Obama: I have had it with you and your administration, sir. Your conduct on your recent trip overseas has convinced me that you are not an adequate representative of the United States of America collectively or of me personally. You areRead Letter
The Obama Deception DVD distribution to ASU students UPDATE
A former prosecutor examines the special prosecutor debate (torture issue - giving Obama a pass on prosecution of Torturers,... cause he is one ).
Almost every outside who's taken a look at Tim Geithner' Public-Private Investment Partnership (PPIP) has come to the same conclusion: That it's a sham being foisted on taxpayers for the benefit of the banks and certain select investors.
Whoever wrote it, it is 'hitting a nerve' on both sides of the spectrum - both pro and con.
It not only absolves CIA torturers from prosecution on the grounds that they were only following orders, (the same defense employed by Nazi hoodlums at the Nuremburg war crimes trials after World War Two,) but his laudatory statements...
When the electricity fails because of malinvestment in the real world economy, the Obama people can have public service community organizers deliver pamphlets door to door telling us how good things are becoming.
The thrifty measures Obama ordered for federal agencies are the equivalent of asking a family that spends $60,000 in a year to save $6.
Emanuel said that the president believes Bush officials "should not be prosecuted either and that's not the place that we go." Not that that should surprise anyone: Obama said as much from almost his first day in office....
The O'man said he could not be blamed for the Bay of Pigs, this statement was and is the main point of his rise to power. Today World War Two, Korea, Viet Nam and Desert Storm are dry footnotes in history. To the many that swept O'man intRead Letter
" Noting that he hadn't yet seen any results of the administration's stress tests on banks, Mr. Emanuel said he believes "we have the resources to handle what the results will be."
No one in their right mind can possibly believe a thing Geithner says. For that matter no one can possibly believe a thing the banks say either.
The announcements came after the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) forecast last month the budget deficit could hit 1.845 trillion dollars for the whole year based on Obama's 3.5-trillion-dollar budget plan approved by Congress...
“It’s very hard to say,” Turley replied. “But what is really disturbing is that … he’s equating the enforcement of federal laws, that he took an oath to enforce … with an act of retribution in some sort of hissy fit or blame game.”
Georgetown University says it covered over the monogram “IHS”--symbolizing the name of Jesus Christ—because it was inscribed on a pediment on the stage where President Obama spoke at the university on Tuesday and the White House had asked Georgetown
I watched another one of Mr. Obama´s speech a couple of days ago on television. I felt as if I had answered the door and let a slick talking vacuum cleaner salesman into my home because he seemed like such a charming person.
Stiglitz said in an interview yesterday. The people who designed the plans are “either in the pocket of the banks or they’re incompetent.”