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Month: September 2008

Gender, Race, and the Bailout (Cali NOW)

Chris Sturr , September 30, 2008
From the blog of California NOW: As we all know, the $700 billion bailout plan failed in the House of…

Why One Congressman Voted Against the Bailout

Chris Sturr , September 30, 2008
Rep. Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) made several important points in his explanation of why he voted “no” on the bailout: *…

The Community Reinvestment Act Didn't Do It

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
Heard the latest joke about the current financial crisis? The Democrats did it. Actually, that’s not a joke, but it’s…

Bailout Bill Fails in House Vote

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
From the WSJ: By MICHAEL R. CRITTENDEN WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of U.S. House lawmakers defeated a $700 billion…

It's the Foreclosures, Stupid (NACA)

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
This is an “action alert” from the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America. The CEO of NACA, Bruce Marks, was on…

Why Bail?–Dean Baker

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
From Huffington Post, by Dean Baker of the Center for Economic Policy and Research. The Banks Have a Gun Pointed…

This Is the System We Are Saving!–Kucinich

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
A fiery Dennis Kucinich discusses the “end of industrial capitalism,” and quotes Steve Zarlenga of the American Monetary Institute.

Paulson's Panic–Stirling Newberry

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
This is by Stirling Newberry, from The Agonist. Hell No, We Won’t Blow (it all on Paulson’s Panic) Or why…

Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008

Chris Sturr , September 29, 2008
In case anyone wants to read the 110-page bailout bill, here it is, available via the Los Angeles Times.

Gargantuan Bailout: The Sequel

Chris Sturr , September 28, 2008
This posting is from D&S collective member and frequent blogger Larry Peterson. To see more of his posts, click here.…
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