Tag: alan grayson
Election Day 2010: Voting For a Restraining Order?
By the time the ballots are counted in Tuesday’s midterm elections, Obama’s personal approval ratings will have fallen to historic lows and he will be universally recognized as the man who brought ruin on the Democratic party.
Can Watered-Down ‘Audit The Fed’ Bill Be Strengthened In Committee?
While many are expressing disappointment and even despair that the Senate voted down Ron Paul’s audit the Fed bill while passing a weakened version, Congressman Alan Grayson is confident that the stronger provisions of the original House amendment can be added in Committee, ensuring the Federal Reserve doesn’t get off the hook, as Congressman Paul has warned.
Econocrash: Fortune, Fail & The Fed + Geopolitiks Update
In an internal e-mail released Saturday, Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein wrote in November 2007 that the firm “didn’t dodge the mortgage mess,” but “made more than we lost” by betting against the U.S. housing market.
new world next week – nov28
In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, the latest episode of New World Next Week brings you three positive developments in the information war. James Corbett of The Corbett Report covers […]
bill to audit federal reserve moves forward
from allgov: The nation’s central bank has never been subjected to an outside audit, but growing frustration in Congress with the Federal Reserve may cause that to change. On Thursday, […]