Monthly Archives: August 2011

Might could dust off this little gem of Molly Ivins’:

The single most common misconception about [the Texas governor] is that he has been running a large state for the past six years. Texas has what is known in political science circles as “the weak-governor system.” You may think this … Continue reading

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Treasuries: Here we go again?

Via “The Marketplace Morning Report:” JEREMY HOBSON: Global stock markets are still excited about what the Federal Reserve said yesterday afternoon. That interest rates for banks that borrow from the Fed will remain near zero percent for the next two … Continue reading

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