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Sunday, June 12, 2005

Lots and Lots of Sunday Reading ...

First, if there’s not enough to read here, David Altig has more from all around blogland here and here.  Also, if you missed Lee Arnold's 12 minute animation on Social Security, it's worth watching so here it is again

Next, in the copycat division, an entry for Markets in Everything:

Just can’t get enough Greenspan in your life?

Greenspan's echo does not sound like Fisher:

Hasta be CAFTA:

Those silly bonds:

Wrong time of the year for Snow:

Bush looks for traction:

Here’s the odds he’ll find it:

The bad news is last, trade and budget deficits, or is it good news?

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