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Excess Reserves and Intraday Credit

Academics / Political Science : Marginal Revolution

In my 2008 post, Interpreting the Monetary Base Under the New Monetary Regime, I argued that the massive increase in bank reserves was neither a necessary harbinger of inflation (as people on the right feared) nor a sure sign of a l...

Setareh Sabety: No Nukes: Iranian Opposition Accuses Regime of Warmongering

News / International Affairs : Huffington Post: World Blog

While the bomb would not be a real threat neither to Israel who has many more nor to the U.S. who can blow all of us to bits in a jiffy, it is more of a threat to us Iranians and for the struggle for democracy in Iran.

Some SF 'Homeless Moms' Neither Homeless Nor Moms, Chronicle Finds

United States / San Francisco : SFist

City officials note that women panhandling with children are frequently not homeless, nor even the real mothers of the children they're holding. [ more › ]

New Protests Break Out in Iran

Politics / US Politics : Little Green Footballs

Huge demonstrations have broken out again in Iran. In a clear rebuke to the Ahmadinejad regime’s support for Hezbollah and Hamas, protesters have taken to the streets chanting, “Neither Gaza, nor Lebanon, I give my life to Iran!” [V...

Regime Change in Iran Is Neither Necessary Nor Prudent: New at Reason

News : Reason

Despite threat inflation by Iran hawks, the country has limited capabilities and U.S.-driven regime change is a bad idea. Bonnie Kristian writes: There's mischief afoot in the White House, and it's the familiar mischief of regime ch...


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