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Thursday, June 28, 2007

I.O.U. the SEC....Chris Cox Did a heck of a Job....

2007 - The SEC list you don’t want to be on… By Dominic Jones June 26, 2007 "Clicking on a country brings up a list of companies that reference business activities in those states."

Christopher Cox (R):"During my tenure, 98 percent of commission decisions have been the result of unanimous votes. It is the rule of law and not one's political views that should determine our course of action." The Washington Post Wednesday, June 27, 2007

2005 - Think Progress Is So Ahead of the Curve.....

Cox Looking To Cash In On SEC Job "Here is what his “longtime friend,” Joseph Finley, said" Think Progress Posted by Judd June 27, 2005

There may have been a time, but we are dealing with the chosen of the bush43 administration. Money, greed and power mean more than anything to them.

Comment by kindness — June 27, 2005

As part of the confirmation process, Cox should face the Harken Test. That is, he ought to answer one simple question:

“If Sarbanes-Oxley were in place 20 years ago, would George W. Bush have faced charges over his leadership of Harken Energy?”

As has been well-documented by the Center for Public Integrity and others, the answer should be “yes.”

For more, see:

“Chris Cox and the Harken Test”

Comment by Jon — June 27, 2005
Really? When was that time?

Comment by cynical ex-hippie — June 27, 2005

I have a friend who insists that the Bushies are no worse than the Democrats at this feeding at the corporate trough business. I beg to differ, but I have no statistics to back that up, though I know I’ve read them. Just can’t remember where.

Anyone have any numbers on, say, the number of Clinton appointees who went on to work in the industries they regulated, vs. Bush I & II?

Comment by Litz — June 27, 2005

Impeach Cox too!

Comment by Susan — June 27, 2005

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Michael Moore denied entry into the NYSE By: John Amato at Crooks and Liars on Thursday, June 28th, 2007

The SEC list you don’t want to be on… By Dominic Jones June 26, 2007 "Clicking on a country brings up a list of companies that reference business activities in those states."

Divest from Terrorism "Perhaps another reason is hinted in the last line of the press release, which says the SEC undertook the initiative to comply with a provision of the recent supplemental Appropriations Act (Public Law 110-28) requiring the SEC to help trace businesses engaged in mining or oil-drilling in Sudan, which indeed is one of five countries the SEC lists in its new database." AND "At least two firms with major Philadelphia-area operations are listed: AstraZeneca P.L.C. of Wilmington and London (NYSE: AZN) has dealings in Cuba; and Cellegy Pharmaceuticals Inc. of Quakertown (OTC: CLGY) has applied for patents in Sudan." Posted by Phillyinc on June 27, 2007

Early Retirement Forums justin said "Interesting that Cuba made the "state sponsor of terrorism" list."

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