People who do bad things, make mistakes or even just get unlucky should suffer the consequences. If not, then what justifies any sense of order?
This week's Top 8 includes: Dollars, the FDIC, Floaters, FOMC, Draghi, Spain, and Jobs. Oh My!
In the classic "Rebel Without a Cause," our teenage hero agrees to a "chickie run" where he and Buzz the bully race toward a cliff in stolen cars to see who will bail out last. Unfortunately for Buzz, an entanglement of his jacket sleeve on the car door ends his short, tyrannical life. A similar drama is playing out today in Washington as the U.S. economy speeds toward the "fiscal cliff" that could be reached on New Year's Day.
The Top Eight this week includes: IPOs, rising Spanish yields, Bernanke speaks, KKR, IMF, anecdotes on the economy, the IRS, and HOAs.
'Twas the year before mortgage reform, when all through the House Not a creature was stirring, not even Tiger's spouse. The proposals were hung by the lectern with care, In hopes that private lenders soon would be there. The members were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of campaign donations danced
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