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Daily Archives: October 4, 2008
Robert Frost: Presbyterian, Unitarian, Swedenborgian, Nothing. Source: Robert Frost: A Life, by Jay Parini (Henry Holt & Co. 1999 p. 15)
Be Afraid Now: Highly Respected Economist and Forbes Columnist, Nouriel Roubini, Says Our Financial System “Is Now In Cardiac Arrest”
If you’re wondering why the stock market continued to plunge on Friday, despite the bailout being passed and signed by the president, it may be because the financial system has already passed a threshold, and is now in systemic collapse. Nouriel … Continue reading
“We Can Make It If We Try”: Obama-Biden Can Win This Election, and We Can Change the Course of History, IF We Hang Together—Like DR. EVIL and Mini-Me!
“America when will we end the human war?” (The above question is the fourth line from his 1956 poem, “America.”) I think Allen would be excited about Barack Obama, don’t you?
Maybe Not So Bad Afterall?: The National Debt, as a Percentage of GDP, is About the Same as Where It Was In 1992
Paul Rosenberg, at Open Left, has an interesting chart which keeps the national debt in perspective. The national debt, bad as it is, is hovering, in relation to GDP, at levels akin to those just prior to Bill Clinton’s presidency. … Continue reading
Money quote from Politico: A new Star Tribune Minnesota poll released yesterday shows a 13-point jump in support in the last month for Democratic comedian-turned-politician Al Franken, who’s now taken his first clear lead, 43 percent to 34 percent, in … Continue reading
Religulous sets Bill Maher in the role of a modern-day, ironic Socrates, roaming about (in the United States, England, Italy, and Israel) and asking “What do human beings think that they know about ultimate things?” Maher knows that he doesn’t know the … Continue reading