Did Timothy Geithner leak Fed policy decisions to major banks? His interests include jazz record collecting, politics and current events from a conservative viewpoint, and Christian thought in the Armenian/Wesleyan tradition. 05/14/2014 - 8:42 am | View Link
Tim Geithner Still Has Enemies Hubbard, who was Romney's top economic adviser during the 2012 campaign, specifically takes issue with ... Unfortunately, rather than addressing the many important policy disagreements that we had during the time — most importantly, our repeated ... 05/12/2014 - 3:09 am | View Link
Tim Geithner’s legacy: an unpopular bailout that helped save the economy One time, the gesture struck a colleague as odd. “Are you sure you want to pay ... whom the industry had supported in the 2008 campaign and turned heavily against last year. “The banks were very critical of me — not just of the president and ... 01/24/2013 - 3:40 pm | View Link
Obama’s Cabinet: Goodbye Clinton, Geithner, Carney as new names top lists Foreign policy experts see her departure as leaving a gap ... With the economy still lackadaisical, and in light of Obama's campaign promises to hasten a more tangible recovery, picking a replacement for outgoing Treasury Secretary Geithner will be ... 11/9/2012 - 6:46 am | View Link
The Peril of Obama’s “Man Crush” on Geithner is exposed by the Debate Obama’s “man crush” is particularly odd ... policy, was to lie about the banksters’ role in causing the crisis and the financial condition of the banks. Obama should hold Romney accountable for his endemic lies during the campaign and debate ... 10/5/2012 - 11:33 am | View Link
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Memorial Day is all about remembering those in uniform who have died in service of the United States. But it’s also important to remember what they died for. And that is where, too often, those of us left behind have fallen short. The estimated 1 million who have died since 1776 have done their duty, bequeathing their survivors—and yes, we all are truly their survivors—a safer world.
Sure, sometimes it doesn’t seem that way.
San Diego, California Donald Trump Rally | Crazy Trump haters attack the police and try to jump over the barricade. The San Diego police would have none of that and fight back to quell the psychopaths.
Authoritative Word, Marvelous Faith (Luke 7:1-10) It is hard to surprise or shock Jesus. It is hard to amaze him or cause him to marvel. It rarely happens. But today it does. Its the story of the centurion asking for a healing for his servant, and how he asks it.
"How a digital trailblazer and progressive powerhouse lost its way. Read more: http://www.politico.com/media/story/2016/05/the-fall-of-saloncom-004551#ixzz4A25lhJhi Follow us: @politico on Twitter | Politico on Facebook A Facebook page dedicated to celebrating the 20th anniversary of digital media pioneer Salon is functioning as a crowdsourced eulogy. Dozens of Salon alumni have, over the past several months, posted their favorite stories from and memories of the once-beloved liberal news site described as a left-coast, interactive version of The New Yorker, a progressive powerhouse that over the years has covered politics with a refreshing aggressiveness, in a context that left plenty of room for provocative personal
In yesterdays blog, I related the founding generations assumptions regarding the necessity of virtue in stable republics. Many conservatives today believe our early years after Independence was an idyllic era of strong private and public virtue. Some tend to disbelieve the 1787 Constitution was necessary. Resting on that belief, the same conservatives look about today, see nothing but corruption of public virtue, and throw their hands up in despair of ever returning the US to freedom.