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Today’s Herald column: JP Morgan’s helpful reminder

Because how quickly we forget…

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And now, the Obama course correction

It took three statewide election losses and a sure-as-rain in Florida certainty that Teddy Kennedy is now haunting the White House, but it appears that Team Obama has finally gotten the message. Yes, America, they hear you. And it appears … Continue reading

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Quote of the day: Barney Frank vs. Ralph Nader

“Ralph gets to luxuriate in the purity of his irrelevance.” – Barney Frank responding to Nader’s critique of his bank regulatory reform bill, on “The Ed Show,” October 26th.

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Obama administration, Barney Frank target ‘too big to fail’

Perhaps realizing that the right is going to accuse him of being an anti-capitalist ogre anyway, President Obama appears finally to be prepared to take on the wizards of Wall Street (with a member of Congress, in this case Barney … Continue reading

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