Monthly Archives: April 2010

Goldman Sachs and Its Kin

My take on the latest Goldman Sachs controversy appears in today’s Daily Caller: http://dailycaller.com/2010/04/26/goldman-sachs-and-their-kin/

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Comments on When Values Clash

Thank you all for your comments. Four of them cry out to be shared. The first is from Kelly Young, a long time friend here in DC, who is a lawyer. The second is from Steve Paliwoda, who was an … Continue reading

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When values clash

The Supreme Court is about to hear a case brought by the Christian Legal Society (CLS) against the Hastings Law School in San Francisco, a public university. The law school refused to register CLS as a recognized student organization because … Continue reading

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Mobile phone payments in Kenya

I took my oldest grandson, 16 year old Bryce Davidson, with me to Nairobi where I continued advising the Central Bank of Kenya for the IMF on formulating and implementing monetary policy. The CBK has lowered the inflation rate from … Continue reading

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