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Their statement was taken to mean that foreign central banks will secretly intervene in the currency markets to stop the dollar from crashing. But can they do it?
Both acts were wanton, wicked and lewd. But thereâ€™s a BIG difference. The Governor was using his own checkbook. Bushâ€™s man Bernanke was using ours.
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Iglesias and McKay said they investigated the allegations but did not find evidence to support charges of voter fraud leveled by Republicans. Both men believe their refusal to convene a federal criminal grand jury to pursue the allegations led to their ouster.
The Federal Reserve has done all it can to turn the tide, with a series of interest rate reductions and a massive infusion of treasure to bolster the security of our financial institutions.
The agreement, which raises far-reaching issues of national sovereignty, was not between the two governments. It was signed by military commanding officers.
Well, we just got our "Oh Shit!" moment with the just-announced resignation of Admiral William J. Fallon, the military commander of US Middle East operations.
"Not so!", Iâ€™m certain their response; "Mr. Dion earned our displeasure." But letâ€™s look at the facts.
The event, which has drawn international media attention, was organised by Iraq Veterans Against the War. It aims to show that their stories of wrongdoing in both countries were not isolated incidents limited to a few "bad apples", as the Pentagon claims, but were everyday occurrences.