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Category: Op Ed

Timothy Geithner: No Vow of Poverty

November 25th, 2013
in Op Ed

Andrew Ross Sorkin is angry that people are upset by seeing former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner cash in on his public service by taking a job at the private equity company Warburg Pincus. more »

A Nonpareil Public Bank: The Fed

November 24th, 2013
in Op Ed, syndication

A lot of attention was paid this week to the IMF conference presentation by Larry Summers that bemoaned the stagnating state of a global economy stuck in a zero-bound liquidity trap.  Paul Krugman joined in the mournful dirge and others followed.  But li… more »

Paul Krugman and Loanable Funds

November 24th, 2013
in Op Ed

It is a little bit disappointed to see Paul Krugman still married to the loanable funds theory (my highlighting):So with all that household borrowing, you might have expected the period 1985-2007 to be one of strong inflationary pressure, high interest rates, or both more »

JFK Blown Away after 50 Years

November 23rd, 2013
in Op Ed

50 years, or a Half a Century have passed since JFK got Blown Away on the Parade Route in Dallas. I was 6 years old when this occurred, it was directly before my family moved to Brasil and I was in a 1st Grade Classroom in a Public Skule in Kew Gardens Queens. more »

Three of the Last Pillars of the Dollar Crumble

November 22nd, 2013
in Op Ed

by LEAP/Europe 2020, Leap2020.eu “It was night, and the rain fell; and, falling, it was rain, but, having fallen, it was blood.” These words of Edgar Allan Poe (1) apply perfectly to the slow process of global dislocation now in progress, where s… more »




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