President Obama is sleeping in again today, waiting until 11:15 am to take his national security briefing. The press pool is being told not to even arrive at the White House until 10:00 am, a sign that the president won’t be up to anything serious before then. 11:15 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing All times Eastern
I know it was a big day for a lot of reporters, but at least most of them waited until they’d wrapped up work before starting to knock ’em back.
Because people who have skin in the game understand economics. The country voted for higher taxes – including higher capital gains taxes – and more regulation. And so, the stock market reacted rationally, plummeting 350 points in the first two hours of trading. As of 11:35 am ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 12,890, 355 points off its opening number. Meanwhile, thousands of
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