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Tuesday, April 27. 2010
The President's Permanent TARP Bailout Socialist Bill The bill authorizes the FDIC to borrow from the Treasury "up to 90 percent of the fair value of assets" of any company it seizes. A Despicable Person on So Many Levels: The father of our 35th president was widely reviled in his own time as an unscrupulous operator in the worlds of high finance and politics. Having invested heavily in the presidential candidacy of Franklin Roosevelt, he was rewarded by FDR first with the post of chairman of the Security and Exchange Commission (Roosevelt famously defended his appointment of a man thought...
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