Regulatory reform edition...
- Paulson spoke this morning, but Yves Smith went to work on the Treasury proposal over the weekend.
- Paul Krugman gives it a name: "The Dilbert Strategy," heavy on flowchart shuffling, light on teeth.
- And as parts of official Washington turn to the question of What To Do Next, John Hussman isn't quite over What Was Done in the Bear Stearns deal...and he doesn't much like it.
- More on the policy front: Barry Ritholtz isn't impressed with a recent opinion letter from the SEC, which, Barry writes, is "nothing short of an invitation to commit fraud."
- And wrapping it all up: Minyanville's Mr. Practical wants everyone to "Let the Market Be."