Warmists have jumped the shark -- or maybe make that jumped the Stalin. The old Soviet trick of defining political opposition as a mental illness is back, this time at the Unioversity of Oregon. Their media relations folks are bursting with pride that one of their faculty is faithfully recycling, in this case from Uncle Joe:
Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Allegations of Rupert Murdoch sabotaging competitors, America buying 61 percent of its own debt and Germany lauching a strategy to counter its own largesse. In the second half of the show Max talks to Reggie Middleton about JP Morgan's muni bond bucket shop and the US Federal Reserve buying up Treasury debt. Source
"Debt is to the IMF what Zyklon B was to the Nazis" says Max Keiser - EU: Economic Upset - News Analysis
World's Largest Solar Plant, With Second Largest Ever Department of Energy Loan Guarantee, Files For Bankruptcy
Submitted by Tyler Durden: Solyndra was just the appetizer. Earlier today, in what will come as a surprise only to members of the administration, the company which proudly held the rights to the world's largest solar power project, the hilariously named Solar Trust of America ("STA"), filed for bankruptcy.
And while one could say that the company's epic collapse is more a function of alternative energy politics in Germany, where its 70% parent Solar Millennium AG filed for bankruptcy last December, what is relevant is that last April STA was the proud recipient of a $2.1 billion conditional loan from the Department of Energy, incidentally the second largest loan ever handed out by the DOE's Stephen Chu.
Steve Forbes, chairman and chief executive officer of Forbes Inc., talks about Federal Reserve monetary policy and the risks of more quantitative easing for the U.S. economy. Forbes speaks with Trish Regan on Bloomberg