Analiese’s Reading 2/26
Favoring Nationalization Are . . .
The list of those people in favor of nationalization, our longstanding recommendation for the biggest banks in the financial sector, continues to grow.
Aside from myself, here are the folks who are in favor of temporarily Nationalizing the banks, and then spinning them back out:
The Crisis of Credit Visualized
The goal of giving form to a complex situation like the credit crisis is to quickly supply the essence of the situation to those unfamiliar and uninitiated. This project was completed as part of my thesis …
Al-Qaeda founder launches fierce attack on Osama bin Laden
One of al-Qaeda’s founding leaders, Dr Fadl, has begun an ideological revolt against Osama bin Laden, blaming him for “every drop” of blood spilt in Afghanistan and Iraq.
White Bear Lake wrestles with the state budget deficit
Minnesota Public Radio held a forum on the state budget, and how it affects one community — White Bear Lake.
Xcel Energy Eagle Cam
Our Eagle Cam features a bald eagle nest at Xcel Energy’s Fort St. Vrain Station near Platteville, Colorado. A small camera has been mounted on a tree limb about six feet above the next. A solar panel with storage batteries powers the camera and associated equipment, and a video signal from the camera is sent to a wireless transmitter that sends the signal to a receiver at the plant.
USDA Admits GMO Contamination is Inevitable
Since 2000, there have been six known incidents of unapproved genetically modified corn and rice entering the US food supply or exports.
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