The Goldman Sachs Conspiracy

This MarketWatch story is stretching to find something that I don’t think is there.  But it makes for a good read, and it does provide evidence to show that Goldman Sachs is way too influential in our government.  Here’s a taste…. He (“Hank the Hammer” Paulson) got $38 million his last year as CEO in […]

Capitalism without balls

This is a hilarious article – with a serious message – from Bill Bonner of The Daily Reckoning.  I received it in their daily email, but I cannot find it on the Daily Reckoning site right now.  I’ll post a link to the article if I find it later. Mr. Bonner –  I’m going to […]

Bush is an idiot – another example

If you needed another example of how badly Bush sucked as leader of the US, here’s one from Today’s Daily Reckoning: When the going was good, a small addition to the financial sector’s capital would be multiplied many times. The limit for Wall Street’s investment firms was 12 to 1…until it was increased to 33 […]

GE earnings miss isn’t a shocker

Wow, lots of stories today about the “shocking” earnings miss (and lowered forecast) by GE.  MarketWatch said “GE’s warning pokes hole in recent sentiment that credit crunch has passed” and “The rebound had been fueled by renewed sentiment on Wall Street that the worst of the credit crisis — including the threat of spiraling financial […]