Sunday, October 21, 2012

"60 Minutes" on October 21, 2012

The stories for "60 Minutes" on Sunday, October 21, 2012:

Legalized marijuana in the state of Colorado. Steve Croft.

People leaving Goldman Sachs usually do so quietly. Here, resigning from Goldman Sachs in an op-ed piece in the New York Times.

Steven Spielberg's film "Lincoln." Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln. "It's about leadership. It's about telling the truth."

17 states have legalized the medical use of marijuana, which defies federal law. Colorado has the most developed medical marijuana industry in the U.S. Health food store motifs and head shop motifs. This is all private enterprise. Enshrined in Colorado Constitution. Mat Cook was first director of enforcement. Transparent regulatory scheme. Every licensed dispnsary grows primarily its own.

As to Smith's book, the NY Post has a more graphic discussion in
Goldman Sachs execs shared hot tub with ‘Ms. Silicone,’ claims Ex-employee , including:

More details of excess, greed and “Miss Silicone” (who was named after her large, fake breasts) can be found in Smith’s to-be-released book where he attempts to expose the alleged “toxic” culture during his 12 year tenure at the firm.


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