"General Motors To Launch Stock Offering": What’s Good For GM Is Good For The Washington National Opera (Including Nationalization)
Set design model by American David Korins and costume designs by American Jessica Jahn for American composer Lewis Spratlan's American classical opera "Life Is a Dream" recently premiered at the Santa Fe Opera and coming, eventually, to a renewed Washington National Opera or, alternatively, a John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts/WNO Project.
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The American people currently have a 61 percent ownership stake in General Motors, which has made more than $2 billion in profits so far in 2010. The Obama administration invested $50 billion in the iconic American company in order to save it, and its web of suppliers, from demise; and it is now in the process of privitizing $15 billion of that $50 billion public investment in the future of America.
The American people currently feel no ownership stake in Placido Domingo's Washington National Opera.