By Nick Rizzo
November 17, 2011

Evans-Pritchard: EU leaders are bypassing democracy to save the Euro — Telegraph

Both parties are reaching for accounting gimmicks as Supercommittee nears failure — WSJ

Federal prosecutions are up, except for bank fraud — NYT Economix

Congress declares pizza a vegetable — AP

Congress is less popular than BP during the oil spill, or worse, Paris Hilton — Washington Post

Your middle class neighborhood is probably disappearing — NYT

“Blink” your small business worries away with Malcolm Gladwell and BofA — Market Watch

We shouldn’t have said Fannie Mae paid Gingrich $300K. It was actually $1.6M — Bloomberg

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I am surprised at just how little outrage there is over this autocracy (or was that a plutocracy?) takeover in Europe. The European Union is not a union at all, but a power struggle for continental control.

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Re: Evans-Pritchard, The Great Euro Putsch

IMF dirty MF
Takes away everything it can get
Always making certain that there’s one thing left
Keep them on the hook with insupportable debt
– Bruce Cockburn, “They Call It Democracy” (25 years ago)

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