There is a passionate discussion going on about the government bailout and its costs. Some say that there should be no bailout, and that the the taxpayer is being unfairly stuck with the cost. Some believe that the financial system should be allowed to operate without interference - that, ultimately, the free market will prevail. On the other [...]
Posts Tagged ‘banks’
Although my last several posts have focused on FreePassers in corporate America and on Wall Street, we also find an abundant number of them in government, especially in Washington, D.C.
Trust the Banks: One of the Greatest Lies in History
When the original TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) legislation was first introduced it had few restrictions and was [...]