Tuesday Aug 19
Partisanship chills Senate dining room
Here in the Senate Dining Room, only senators, high-level staff members and other approved guests are eligible to sit in the polished wood and blue leather chairs and talk business over the restaurant's signature bean soup, while uniformed servers bustle about refreshing iced teas.
While blaming only the bankers for putting people into mortgages they couldn’t afford, he conveniently forgets the biggest culprits of our financial meltdown were the politicians who demanded banks make those high-risk loans in the first place.
The Bank Regulatory System's a Nightmare, and It's Not Going to Change
Redesigning the financial regulatory system to make it simpler and more efficient is the kind of idea that policymakers tend to get wistful about.
Dallas Morning News
Arlington boy needs help paying school tuition after tragedy struck his family
Christopher Dodd once wrote, "Our nation's children are our greatest asset and our most precious treasure."
Ancestry of Christopher Dodd
His father Tom was also a United States Senator from Connecticut. Chris Dodd graduated from Georgetown Prepatory School in Potomac, Maryland in 1962, from Providence College in Rhode Island in 1966, from the University of Louisville, Kentucky School of Law in 1972.