Daily Flog: Holy hell on Wall Street; crap-out on Capitol Hill
Running down the press:
Formal atonement ceremonies are scheduled for next week but for now the joyous shout is "Next year on Wall Street!"
The ADL's Abe Foxman, who finds anti-Semitism under every rock, is sure to unleash angry e-mails about this topic, but facts are facts, and Salon's Andrew Leonard points them out early today in his How the World Works column, "Black bailout Monday":
So if the Dow plummets again today, don't blame my people.
If you're not in shul, catch up on your reading . . .
NO PARTICULAR ORDER:
McClatchy: 'Healthy banks smell money in the water'
Salon: 'Black bailout Monday'
Docuticker: 'New Report on Illicit Nuclear Trafficking' (International Atomic Energy Agency)
Wall Street Journal: ' "No" Votes Came From All Directions'
Docuticker: 'Employer Health Benefits 2008 Annual Survey' (Kaiser Family Foundation)
Wall Street Journal: 'No Celebration for Lobbyists'
N.Y. Daily News: 'Police Commissioner Kelly admits "mistake" in Taser tragedy'
Salon: 'Remember Iraq?'
N.Y. Post: 'VOTERS COOL TO TERMS CHANGE'
N.Y. Post: 'MIKE'S SURPRISE "3-DOM" FIGHTER'
Salon: 'The Sarah Palin pity party'
N.Y. Daily News: 'Would cost NYC Transit $100M to shine subways'
Dawn (Pakistan): 'US cites laws, UN Charter to justify Fata raids'
Wall Street Journal: 'Hope for New Plan Rallies Stock Futures'
N.Y. Times: 'In Bailout Vote, a Leadership Breakdown'
Wall Street Journal: 'The Depression of 2008? Don't Count on It'
Wall Street Journal: 'Web Firms Quietly Win Copyright Victory In Congress'