So you want to sell booze in New Mexico? That will be $1 million. Just make the check out to the state.
I liked GE so much better when all I thought they made was light bulbs.
If windmills kill eagles, the owners of those windmills should have to pay the fine everyone else has to. I actually don’t think anyone should have to pay a fine, but that is beside the point.*
It sounds like there is some good work going on here. The only potential problem we see is that at least some of the effort outlined in the attached article appears to be an attempt to unionize outsourced projects. That would only contribute to the cronyism problem. One does not want unions anywhere near government services, outsourced or otherwise.
He says he didn’t see the housing bubble emerging 7 years ago and that regardless the bubble wasn’t his fault anyway.
Now Greenspan doesn’t see a bubble in stocks. Valuations are increasingly out of whack. The Fed has held rates at 0% for a half decade, but there’s no bubble.
Big business still likes many Republicans, don’t worry. But Dorfman is right, big business sees real opportunity in partnering with big government and is increasingly doing so. You know like in 1920s Italy.
The Federal Reserve just grows and grows. Born in 1913, 100 years later it sits atop world finance the unrivaled master of what it surveys. And the master likes to know whats going on in his kingdom.
The railroads and the government have been weary partners from the earliest days. This is nothing new, but the railroads shouldn’t brag about how they aren’t on the take.