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Wall Street's response to the big Republican victory has been oddly muted so far.
His past actions on the board and his accompanying excuses undermine his tough rhetoric.
Top execs who enter public life should have to watch their fortunes dwindle along with ours.
Greed and stupidity seem to be the Omni Queen's latest style.
The potential for fraud has escalated, but the agency remains woefully short of resources.
No matter what the feds do to spur the economy, stressed states and cities are raising taxes.
The resulting victims include both the uninsured and the large health insurance companies.
The commission recommends more time, but no one knows when this program's day will come.
Congress wants to give businesses quick write-offs on equipment, but overcapacity already exists.
Last week's terrorist attack offers interesting parallels with the anarchist scare of the Roaring Twenties. But the Street marched on.