Bruce Bartlett on the origin of Republican fiscal policy; Freelancer.com’s chief executive on outsourcing; and former Bear Stearns employees on how Wall Street has changed.

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One Response to “Bartlett on the odd origins of modern fiscal policy”

  1. Greg0658 says:

    segment1:
    anti-spending Santa .. ie: GOP directives towards the MIC and free market schools
    that is Americas biggest problem – policemen for the world for world Capital
    oh and we can train your kids better

    segment2:
    we are in a very tech world in this 21st century – many of those techs are departmentalized in corporations out of fear of being cloaned & stolen … I think kid education & enslavement into a corporation (apprenticeship) is an angle to flex in our minds … :-| I know yuk

    psst – I’m thinkin healthcare & pensions are that enslavement process