Brad DeLong: A century ago we had banks. They created systemic risk. We decided to regulate them in order to limit the systemic risk they could create
March 17, 2008

Brad DeLong: A century ago we had banks. They created systemic risk. We decided to regulate them in order to limit the systemic risk they could create. That was wise. Now we have non-banks. They create systemic risk...

bustardblog: Dick Cheney is a war criminal and a lying sack of sh*t

Sadly, No! The heart knoweth its own Vitterness

Words of Power: How about making hypocrisy an Olympic competition?

Facing South: Black America is in a permanent recession.

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