Tuesday, October 6, 2009
I was driving yesterday and today and I'm currently on a break. As usual when I do hours of driving on end, I listen to NPR. Today I listened to a show carried by the local Philadelphia affiliate, Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane. The first hour should be required listening for anyone who wonders why so many of us are inherently skeptical of big government solutions to crisis situations. It featured investigative journalists Donald Bartlett and James Steele, who published an expose in Vanity Fair of the TARP program, better known as the bank bailout. I couldn't find a transcript, but you can listen to the podcast here.