[credit: AP photo] So, there it is; Rick Santorum is toast. Let me explain why. During last night’s CNN debate, when talking about the No Child Left Behind Act, Santorum cracked this gem: I voted for that. It was against the principles I believed in, but when you’re part of the team, sometimes you take […]
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The editorial staff at National Review Online make a compelling argument for the former Speaker to quit the race for the Republican nomination: At the moment Rick Santorum appears to be overtaking Newt Gingrich as the principal challenger to Mitt Romney. Santorum has won more contests than Gingrich (who has won only one), has more […]
I’m reading Crooks and Liars before bed. There’s this post about Mitt Romney’s dog that ends with: Earlier this year, PolitiFact verified Collins’ version of the tale. “Seamus was strapped to the roof of the family car, but in a carrier with a protective windscreen,” they wrote. “We rate Collins’ statement Mostly True.” It’s odd, […]
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Dipping into MF Global client funds to backstop the firm’s heavily leveraged high risk bets on European debt is about as serious as it gets. We’re talking – Federal Felony / Criminal Fraud / Grand Theft / Go To Jail / Do Not Pass Go / Do Not Collect $200 / Throw Away The Key / – that kind of serious. If tapping segregated client funds at a broker dealer is not criminal fraud, then it is at least criminal negligence for CEO Jon Corzine.