"WASHINGTON (AP) -- Goldman Sachs may be about to get another friend in Washington.
Jay Clayton, a well-connected Wall Street lawyer who is President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission, is sure to face sharp questions from Democrats at his confirmation hearing Thursday over his years of work for Goldman and other financial giants.
Trump has already drawn upon Goldman alumni for key financial posts in his administration — notably for Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, and the head of the National Economic Council, Gary Cohn. Clayton, a partner in the white-shoe law firm Sullivan & Cromwell, has done significant legal work for the Wall Street giant."
we must forget about the sins of the founding fathers, and focus on the freedom inspired by the founding fathers when they defeated england with the peasants.
America was founded on rich slave owners and poor peasants fighting side by side to defeat the royalty of england for freedom to all.
then and today, there is still no true freedom mostly for the peasants, but we can with President Trump who is a rich landowner today, make the dreams of the founding fathers and peasants of their time become reality lawfully.
When the soil was rich ,it was very easy to grow vegetables.Now with all the pollution from every direction,the exposed cemented ground from tilling and removing organic matter instead of building a base of it,man has to do all this work.
There are many people that have restored their soils and just throw some seeds and water once in a while.
Paul Gautschi from the back to eden gardening tours,just buries his potatoes under wood chips.When he harvests he puts back the biggest.So he harvests the same day that he sows for next time.That is minimal work and is fun.But we need organic matter in our soils.