Category Archives: Mark-to-Market

More Than a Pillow Fight

No doubt you missed it, but April 4, 2009, was World Pillow Fight Day – even here in Los Angeles (downtown at Pershing Square, and the rule is you’re not allowed to hit anyone with a camera). And there is … Continue reading

Posted in Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Mark-to-Market, Political Posturing, Political Pragmatism, Political Shorthand, Rick Santelli's Rant, Robert Reich, This a Depression, Unemployment, World Pillow Fight Day | Leave a comment

Keeping Up Appearances or Changing the Substance of Things

Thursday, April 2, was one of those curious days when things changed – pivoting not on events or any big news, but on changes in how we decide to assess what we have decided is reality. Sometimes everyone decides the … Continue reading

Posted in Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, Forgetting Bush, G20 Summit, Mark-to-Market, Market Behavior, Michelle Obama, Michelle Obama and the Queen, Obama in London, Obama Stops a Fight in London | Leave a comment