Friday, September 10, 2010

Press Briefing

Sep 10, 2010

Strengthening U.S.-Russia Relations

Why We're in for a Long, Hard Economic Slog - Evidence from 14 U.S. recessions shows that the economy doesn't recover until housing recovers

Pakistan Relief Fund Helps Bring Clean Water to Flood Victims

Half-Billion Dollar Schools Can’t Fix American Education

Treasurys and the Danger of Short-Term Debt - More than 60% of U.S. debt is set to mature within the next three years

We'll Always Have Basel - In the fight over bank capital, more is better

From Zombie Banks to Zombie Mortgages? - Japan misallocated capital during its lost decade. How the U.S. can avoid its mistakes

Guiding Principles for Managing Sovereign Risk and High Levels of Public Debt ("The Stockholm Principles")

ObamaCare 'Amnesia' - Long ago, in a political galaxy far, far away, Democrats passed . . .

Brookings: Five Myths About U.S. Exports

President Obama Discovers Incentives - The president's proposed tax cuts for business are a welcome departure from Keynesian stimulus

President Calderón is serious about restoring law and order. Here's how the U.S. can help.

The White House - The Affordable Care Act Did Not Cause Unjust Premium Increases

The Obama Heyday Is Over - With so many Democrats running against the president's agenda in the midterm, change will come in the next Congress, regardless of which party is in control

The White House - Fighting Foreclosures and Strengthening Neighborhoods

Can You Smell What Is He Cooking? - Why the president's new stimulus won't work