By any measurement, the financial crisis of 2007-2009 deserves endless examination and inspection.
Henry Paulson's apologia is a sorry effort that will only reinforce the loathing he inspires.
It's all beginning to make sense.
Why didn't the excellent Hank Greenberg move his company to New Jersey?
Replacing smears with the truth about former SEC head Christopher Cox, the left's scapegoat for the credit crisis if not the entire recession.
We shouldn't neglect the cultural and moral reasons for this economic mess.
Providing welfare for credit-crack dealers is hardly the way to rehab a credit-addicted economy.
Times were harder then -- except in one fundamental respect.
With stimulus spending competing for tax dollars with the environment, even some liberals now put jobs first.
Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats are playing the voters for fools with the so-called stimulus package. Let us count the ways, and the shameless pork, payoffs, and waste.