Crying Populist Concern Over Goldman Sachs' "Gilded Pay Packages"

The Times sees populist pitchforks being sharpened as Goldman Sachs dares to make a record profit and give out bonuses: "...in Washington, some lawmakers warned on Tuesday that a quick return to ...

Barneynomics: Congressman Wants to Force Executives to Pay Companies for Losses

House Financial Services Chairman Rep. Barney Frank tells CNBC some executives should face negative compensation for losses due to risk taking.

Santelli, Kudlow Rail against 'Criminal' Aspects of TARP Bailout

CNBC reporter reminds viewers it's OK for capitalism to fail sometimes.

Inhofe Warns TARP Recipients Giving to ACORN, Other Left-Wing Causes

Oklahoma Senator appears on CNBC to explain his amendment to demand bailed out institutions disclose 'expenditures that are not essential to restoring their solvency.'

FNC's Napolitano Claims Bush Administration Committed 'Extortion' Against Banks

Senior judicial analyst details how lenders forced to accept TARP funds under threat of FDIC audit.

Fox Biz 'Happy Hour' Co-Host: 'AIG Bailout Funds Terrorism'

Cody Willard claims if your representatives voted for bailouts or stimulus, 'they're directly responsible for redistributing your money to al-Qaida.'

'Nightly News' Perplexed by TARP-Recipients Lending to Foreign Countries

NBC correspondent Lisa Myers investigates banking titans that made overseas loans in wake of congressional hearing.

Obama Follows Media, Pushes for Pay Caps

Populism's march continues with compensation restrictions for TARP recipients, but economists warn that wage controls 'never work.'

Senator Warns White House Will 'Create Crisis' and 'Panic' to Push Stimulus

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., criticizes mainstream media for not reporting loads of pork in proposed legislation.

GMAC Continues Sponsorship of Bowl Game Despite $5 Billion Taxpayer Bailout

Auto lender maintains naming rights to annual New Year's sporting event with reported price tag of $500k.
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