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By: Newchicagocpa  09-12-2011

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updated 4:53 p.m. CT,Mon., Aug. 11, 2008

WASHINGTON – The Bush administration on Monday said it plans to let federal agencies decide for themselves whether highways, dams, mines and other construction projects might harm endangered animals and plants.

The proposal, which does not require the approval of Congress, would reduce the mandatory, independent reviews that government scientists have been performing for 35 years. Developers welcomed the plan, while environmentalists derided it.

Bald eagles are among the wildlife protected by the Endangered Species Act over the years. The Interior Department announced plans to streamline the act, a move criticized by environmentalists. The proposal would reduce the mandatory, independent reviews that government scientists have been performing for 35 years.


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09-12-2011

Science » Garrett Tedeman, MBA, CPA

Mr Krugman teaches economics and international affairs at Princeton University in New Jersey, and also writes a regular column for the New York Times. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said the award recognised Mr Krugman’s analysis of trade patterns and where economic activity takes place. American academic Paul Krugman has won this year’s Nobel economics prize. Mr Krugman is a fierce critic of President George W Bush.


09-12-2011

Uncategorized » Garrett Tedeman, MBA, CPA

Just in case there’s anyone out there who is still in doubt on this point, Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the Federal Reserver for 18 years under 4 different presidential administrations — and who is generally credited with knowly at least a little bit about policy has just stated in his new memoir an interesting truth. I am saddened that it is politically inconvenient to state what everyone knows, that the Iraq War was mostly about oil.


09-12-2011

Finance » Garrett Tedeman, MBA, CPA

By comparison, we lost a total of 1.6 million jobs in the 1990-1991 recession, before the economy began turning around and jobs began increasing; and we lost a total of 2.7 million jobs in the 2001 recession, before the economy began turning around and jobs began increasing.


09-12-2011

Tech » Garrett Tedeman, MBA, CPA

Based on customer feedback, we’re announcing today that Microsoft is consolidating the scorecard, dashboard, and analytical capabilities from PerformancePoint Server into SharePoint Server as PerformancePoint Services, making these capabilities available to millions of SharePoint users around the world.