Some months you find yourself searching for something to write about. This is not one of those months. As this issue goes to press, we find ourselves in the midst of an economic crisis. Lending markets have frozen, stocks have tanked, and we’re winding up a contentious election that doesn’t bode well for any calm approach to the problem in the near term.
Our Congress has passed a contentious bailout plan against the objections of a good percentage of the U.S. population that has already been reworked (several times) from what was initially proposed. From buying toxic loans to liquidity infusions to