Daily Flog, Part 2: Tote that bailout, lift those markets
Check out my John Paulson — John, not Hank — item earlier this morning. And then see this Guardian (U.K.) story about him: "Get Shorty: Short-selling ban flushes out New York billionaire." And now . . .
NO PARTICULAR ORDER:
N.Y. Post: 'MAN SHOOTS BED-MATE'
N.Y. Post: 'BAILOUT 'BIG 4' IN FRAUD PROBE'
Salon: 'Where is the outrage over the federal bailout?' (Garrison Keillor)
Wall Street Journal: 'Trader Makes a Quick $1.25 Million on Rescue, Then Slams It'
Harper's: 'The Wrecking Crew: How a gang of right-wing con men destroyed Washington and made a killing' (Thomas Frank)
N.Y. Daily News: 'Druglords just can't Lego'
Wall Street Journal: 'Buffett to Invest $5 Billion in Goldman'
Wall Street Journal: 'Rescue Plan Stirs Calls for Deeper Regulation'
Politico: 'Palin courts cameras, but dodges press'
New York Review of Books: 'Obama: The Price of Being Black'
New York Review of Books: 'The Perilous Price of Oil' (George Soros)
Salon: 'David Brooks thinks he sees a "new establishment" to run economic policy' (Glenn Greenwald)
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