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Wall Street Votes on the Bailout

October 6, 2008

The first full day of market trading since the bailout of all bailouts was supposed to staunch the bleeding of the current economic crisis Wall Street decided to vote.  Thusly, the Dow dropped a record one-day total of roughly 800 points before bargain hunters slowed the bleeding to a loss of about 330 by day’s [...]

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Obama, Ayers, and the Chicago Annenberg Challenge

September 23, 2008

Much has been said on the blogosphere (although little in the Drive-by Media) about Obama’s associations with William Ayers, an unrepentant terrorist who planted bombs at the Pentagon in the late 60s.  Obama has stated that their association was circumstantial.  In a primary debate in April, Obama stated: This is a guy who lives in my [...]

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