You know how wonderful Canadian banks are. They didn't fail when others did, and didn't need to be bailed out.
It looked like it was business as usual for President Obama on the first day of his Martha's Vineyard vacation, as he spent five hours golfing with Robert Wolf, president of UBS Investment Bank.
A weekend of demonstrations and direct actions was held to demonstrate people's anger at the policies of the IMF and World Bank.
If the superfan culture that brought Obama to power is going to transform itself into an independent political movement, we are all going to have to stop hoping and start demanding.
Bloomberg News estimates $12.8 trillion as the amount of financial support already given by the U.S. authorities to its banking system -- where are the improvements?
<span>Barney Frank has repeatedly promised to bring bank executives in to testify before Congress about what they are doing with taxpayer money from the TARP.</span>
Taxpayers' bailout money for AIG bonuses has rightfully provoked a massive backlash against AIG, Wall Street, President Barack Obama and his economic advisers.
CEOs, financial wizards and their ilk apparently need annual million dollar bonuses as their work incentive.
As the U.S. downturn goes global, the rest of the world looks to the U.S. for clues as to what to expect next.
The real question is whether Obama can deliver. He can't satisfy the masses who love him and also satisfy the people responsible for the disastrous agenda of the last 25 years.