"Mark your calendar - This Sunday on Fox:
Sean Hannity, of Hannity & Colmes ~ Fox news, is going to air a very important documentary about Barack Obama, Sunday night at 8:00 PM central / 9 PM eastern.
He stated on the air this evening that no one in the news media was willing to do this. Hannity is going back to Obama's earlier days, showing even then his ties to radical professors, friends, spiritual advisers, etc.,
Hannity stated this evening that he will show in detail his ties to Rev. Wright for 20+ yrs. How he was participating with this man, and not for the reasons he states!
Hannity has uncovered more of Obama's radical leanings and we will see things that no one in the media is willing to put out there. This will be a night that you will learn more about Obama than ever before.
Hannity is very passionate about this program and asked that everyone please, please watch~~
Sunday night, 8 PM. CT; 9 PM ET
Obama is a fraud
Yeah Baby Way to Dig Up Dirt About Our President!! Only in America.
Policymakers "Got It Right": Why Free Market Ideology Is Wrong
Posted Aug 05, 2009 01:57pm EDT by Aaron Task
Related: ^DJI, MS, GS, JPM, BAC, C, XLF
Just like the market's mood, economic orthodoxy moves on a pendulum - only the swings come far less frequently.
Generally speaking, from the 1940s to the 1970s, the prevailing wisdom in economic circles was that government was a force for good. Then came the Reagan Revolution of the 1980s, which steadily led to the dominance of free market ideology until the present day.
After the credit crunch of 2007-08, even free market stalwarts like Alan Greenspan admitted the ability of markets to self-regulate was a "flaw" in the prevailing view of capitalism.
But even after the implosion of Wall Street, a "high degree of residual [free market] ideology" remains, says Mark Dow, fund manager at Pharo Management, a global macro hedge fund with about $2 billion of assets.
This view that government isn't the solution, it's the problem is "impeding progress" and limiting policymakers' abilities to bring about necessary reforms to reduce the odds of another systemic crisis, Dow says.
Being a former staff economist at IMF and Treasury, it's not surprising Dow believes government has a role in keeping the market's "animal spirits" in check; but he's not advocating socialism -- far from it. Nor does he believe the Obama administration wants to maintain such a high degree of government involvement as currently exists, noting Tim Geithner and Larry Summers (particularly) are big believers in free market capitalism.
Whether the government and the Fed can get the "exit strategy" right is to be determined, but Dow has faith in policymakers and believes they've mainly "got it right" so far. It may not be perfect but he says actions taken to date "saved the system" - arguably from itself
Sean Hannity is a complete wast of my time. I tried to watch hime once. Matter of fact, Fox News is like the entertainment of news. They should rename the network to, "The Entertainment News Network". Sean, you are such a great American. Give me a break.
Yes, I'm definately going to clear my schedule to watch some news about President Obama by the bastion of truth news program Fox News.
Dude - Just wear your hood in public.
BTW - I highly doubt you were or are in the service.
My grandfathers, father, uncles and husband fought in, respectively, War World II, the Vietnam War and both the Iraqi/Afghanistan Wars for your racist ass.
Believe me, if you were in the service and espoused your racist views, your ass would have been fragged or been a victim of friendly fire.
If anything, you're a keyboard warrior. LOL