Today I wrote up a primer on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, felt gloomy about the global economy, and wondered whether Wall Street has the standing to accuse others of economic illiteracy.
Here's what I didn't get to:
1) This seems like a pretty good-faith effort from China on climate change.
2) David Obey is retiring, and this is a quote from his statement: "All I do know is that there has to be more to life than explaining the ridiculous, accountability-destroying rules of the Senate to confused, angry and frustrated constituents."
3) Michael Greenberger defends Blanche Lincoln's proposal to spin out derivatives swap desks.
Recipe of the day: Homemade sushi, even if you don't have fish.
May 5, 2010; 7:07 PM ET
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