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Economist Arnold Kling, who blogs at Econlog, used to work at Freddie Mac, and started Homefair.com, talks to reason.tv about the proposed $700 billion bailout plan for investment banks and related firms.

For more on the bailout, read "The Great Bailout Brouhaha: Free-market economists weigh in on Paulson's plan."

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  1. I like the subtle product placement for Radicals for Capitalism.

  2. The revolution is coming. With the impending financial collapse coupled with the democrats stealing the Presidential election, prepare for Civil war around January 21, when the theif in chief starts sending out unconstitutional executive orders.
    And if McCain somehow wins, watch the left go bezerk and breaking laws.
    2009, it is on.

  3. Economist Arnold Kling, who blogs at Econlog, used to work at Freddie Mac, and started Homefair.com, talks to reason.tv about the proposed $700 bailout plan for investment banks and related firms.

    (Emphasis added)

    Well, if its only $700, thats not so bad.

    (They may correct it later, but it was like that when I posted this.)

  4. Duly corrected! Would that it were just $700.

  5. I like the subtle product placement for Radicals for Capitalism.

    The book seems to have almost jumped out of the stack by several inches. Strange that.

    Slightly more subtle is Neal Stephenson’s “Snow Crash”. Is Stephenson on the Reason payroll now?

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