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No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Hall of Fame and Shame Induction

Posted by Larry Doyle on January 2, 2010 5:08 PM |

UPDATE: This episode of NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle has concluded. You can listen to a recording of the episode in its entirety by clicking the play button on the audio player provided below. Once the audio begins, you can advance or rewind to any portion of the episode by clicking at any point along the play bar.


2009 was a year unlike any other in our recent history.

The developments in Washington, on Wall Street, and around the world were enormous in scope, dynamic in development, but yet unresolved in outcome. Who stood out? Which individuals deserve real praise? Who deserves real scorn? Who talked the talk? Who walked the walk? Who are our real statesmen? Who are phonies and fakers?

This Sunday evening, No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle looks forward to reviewing 2009 and inducting those people, policies, and programs rightfully deserving of entrance into the Sense on Cents Hall of Fame and Hall of Shame. For our newer readers and listeners, the show runs from 8-9pm ET and can be listened to LIVE via the BlogTalkRadio website.

I would never pretend to think that I can properly cover all of the prospective nominees, so please do not hesitate to submit thoughts and ideas for this show. While we will assuredly have a few laughs, the main point of the show tomorrow evening will be to give a voice and send a message that America is both listening more intently and acting more aggressively in forming our future.

I look forward to your participation in the show. Listen in, join the chat room, or call in at (347) 677-0792 with your questions and thoughts. Thanks in advance.


  • The ongoing Auction Rate Security fraud especially by exposing E*Trade, Chas Schwab, and Oppenheimer. There on going instransigence and failure to make their customers whole or offer a redemption paln is an act of Grand larcency theft. No major business media like FOX or CNBC seems wiling to expose it due to conflict of interest in advertising I suppose.
    These firms ned to be exposed, how they elude the Regluators is unknown.

    Bail outs for the banks that underwrote this junk, but they still provide no liquidity or a market for their own products. The never ending story.
    E*Trade & Schwab especially have no shame !

  • fiscalliberal

    Larry – Hall of Shame for the decade, I would nominate the financial bank management for not recognizing the untenable risk with the financial innovation created by their best and brightest.

    For 2009 Hall of Shame, I would also nominate the resulting banking managers trying to subvert the regulation that would allow their industry’s redemption of trust.

    Most of all the Hall of Shamer for 2009 in Barack Obama for continuing the policies and the people associated with the last decade financial debacle, ( Bernanke, Geitner, Shapiro et al)

    It is interesting that since Bill Clinton (Greenspan, Rubin and Sommers) enabled the Phil Gram legislation, it took the Financial industry only 7 years to bring the system down.

    The Obama recovery programs are just not working

  • Patriot

    Loved the show. Especially liked the fact that you called out Mary Schapiro as sitting at the center of the Washington-Wall Street incest.

    When will America learn?

  • Mike

    Great show tonite!!

    I think ‘the media in general’ is public enemy number one at this point, as there won’t be any real change until there is real information for the masses. However, 2010 should be a growing year for internet outlets such as this one.

    Maybe consider “Money” by Pink Floyd for next weeks theme song?

  • Taxpayers Unite


    I thoroughly enjoyed the show last evening. Glad you singled out the Tea Parties for your Hall of Fame. That movement is nothing more than America’s collective voice screaming to be heard. I firmly believe we will see more of that in 2010. In fact, we must see more of it. Washington is clearly disconnected to America.

  • Patriot


    What about the biggest empty suit of all Joe Biden?

    • Larry Doyle


      What is the line about it is far worse not to be talked about than to be derided? Well, Joe’s in that camp.

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