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The top of today's reading list has two articles revisiting the Iraq war decisions ........ and the last article is about capital requirements for EU banks to meet Basel III.
- Iraq: 10 Years After, Have We Learned a Thing? (Michael S. Lofgren, Huffington Post)
- The Last Letter (Tomas Young, truthdig) A Message to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney From a Dying Veteran.
- Some thoughts on German politics and the saver’s tax in Cyprus (Edward Harrison, Credit Writedowns)
- The EU Needs a Bill Seidman to Save It from Itself: Cyprus and the “Reverse Toaster Theory” (William K. Black, New Economic perspectives) Bill Black is a Global Economic Intersection contributor.
- Starting with one mouse, scientists create 581 successive clones (Brian Dodson, gizmag)
- 5 Ways Advisors Can Help Clients Slash Health Care Costs (Financial Planning)
- Lost Brook Dispatches: The Incredible Story of Charles Brodhead, Surveyor (Pete Nelson, Adirondack Almanack)
- Fed Maintains $85 Billion Pace of Monthly Asset Purchases (Jeff Kearns and Joshua Zumbrum, Bloomberg) Hat tip to Roger Erickson who asks: Why doesn't the Fed buy "FICA Backed" securities to bail out Main Street? See also GEI News article on this topic.
- From Smoldering Ashes Comes Good News of Reality (Mike Shedlock, Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis) Mish sees a sliver lining in Cyprus. Hat tip to Doug Short Advisor Perspectives dshort.com.
- Banks need €200b of new capital to meet Basel III (Leith van Onselen, Macro Business)