Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) — Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the US is involved in a "dangerous game" with its stimulus strategy. Greenspan spoke yesterday at the foreign-exchange FX10 Conference in New York sponsored by Bloomberg LP, the parent of Bloomberg News. Erik Schatzker and Deirdre Bolton report. (Source: Bloomberg)
nma.tv Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has drawn criticism for a series of political videos depicting the fake deaths of animals. The most recent Herman Cain video, released Sunday through the Cain Connections YouTube channel, shows a little girl loading a bunny rabbit onto a catapult. Meant to represent "small business under the current tax code," the rabbit is then launched into the air and shot to bits by [...]
Austerity Treaty Debate: Sinn Féin propose €13 billion stimulus plan. Speaking at a press conference today the Sinn Féin jobs spokesperson Peadar Tóibín has said that "only Government led investment in job creation will tackle the unemployment crisis and lead to growth and recovery." Deputy Tóibín said "The fact is the government cant have it both ways. You cannot have a twin track approach. The choice is austerity or investment [...]
Facebook it: my.barackobama.com Tweet it: my.barackobama.com Tumblr it: my.barackobama.com Yesterday Mitt Romney said of President Obama, "…he wants another stimulus, he wants to hire more government workers. He says we need more fireman, more policeman, more teachers. Did he not get the message of Wisconsin? The American people did. Its time for us to cut back on government and help the American people."
US stocks rebounded from yesterdays decline, amid speculation the Federal Reserve will take steps to stimulate the economy