Detroit Love

As a native Detroiter, you gotta love this…unabashed devotion to a city that is sometimes very hard to love…

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Obama’s Tax On Banks

I simply don’t know what to say. The simple ignorance of Mr. Obama and his administration, and their lack of

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The Last Leg of the Chrysler Bankruptcy

UPDATE:  The Supreme Court has released the stay, and opens Chrysler to join Fiat by the end of the week.

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Why GM Could Thrive…But Won’t

GM going into bankruptcy this week was a seismic shift in the underpinnings of American manufacturing.  We must come to

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GM Bankruptcy: The End, and Beginning, of an Era…

General Motors this week will enter bankruptcy, a stunning turn of events for a corporation that in many ways defined

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Obama: Chicagoland Strong Arm Politics At Play

The Obama White House apparently has adopted the hard core gang like politics of Obama’s home city. Bond holders of

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Bailout Exit Strategy?

There is a problem with all beaurocracies through out the world.  Once they show they are willing to provide assistance

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Obama’s Magic Bullet For The Auto Industry: The Case For Bankruptcy

http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/04/06/nerad.general.motors/index.html http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/04/06/gm.dealer.outlook/index.html Since last fall, I and others have said that Chapter 11 Bankruptcy would be the best course of

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Obama’s Magic Bullet for the Auto Industry

http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/03/30/gm.ceo.compensation/index.html UPDATE:  It appears that President Obama now favors a structured bankruptcy as the best course for GM and Chrysler. 

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President Obama Address to Congress: The Era of Big Government is Back!

Barack Obama, in his first official speech to Congress, in short order has declared the end of the concept of small government that has been the predominating ideology in Federal control since 1981. Some have called it the end of the Reagan Revolution; I think they are right. Mr. Obama is clearly making a serious push to move the United States politically to the left, much like Franklin D. Roosevelt did with the New Deal, or like Ronald Reagan was able to successfully move the country to the right in the 1980s.

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