Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson

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Pete’s public service began in 1971, when President Richard Nixon named him Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs. One year later, he was named U.S. Secretary of Commerce. At that time, he also assumed the chairmanship of President Nixon’s National Commission on Productivity and was appointed U.S. Chairman of the U.S.-Soviet Commercial Commission. He again took on a pub…

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The End of Too Big to Fail

Too Big to Fail

Senate approves Vitter (R-LA) & Brown (D-OH) bipartisan budget amendment to end “Too Big To Fail” subsidies or funding advantages for Wall Street banks.…

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Devastating Effects of Sequestration

Sequestration

Washington dysfunction keeps hurting the U.S. economy. And while budget sequestration was delayed, it’s already causing damage, and more gridlock-based damage awaits. …

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