TARP: Gone but Not Forgotten

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The bank bailout -- or Troubled Asset Relief Program -- has become the leading symbol for the current hatred of government, on the Left as well as the Right.  Was TARP the savior of the economy or the original sin?  Now that it’s over, what did it really cost? Also, the US waives health insurance minimums for 30 companies, and Roy Halladay throws the second no-hitter in more than 1000 post-season baseball games since 1903.

Banner image: Thousands of workers and union members gather for a rally and a march on Wall Street April 29,2010 to protest lost jobs and the taxpayer-funded bailout of banks. Photo: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images



Warren Olney