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What Obama could learn from success of Reaganomics
Editor’s note: The following op-ed first appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Recently, The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College hosted its eighth Ronald Reagan Lecture, a...
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A gap between 'progressive' words and Salmond's i...
Like the term "social democracy", since the mid-1990s the word "progressive" has been so thoroughly debased it's become virtually meaningless. Last week, I watched the First Minister propagate this...
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Don’t just fix the SAT – scrap it!
Don’t just fix the SAT – scrap it! The announcement that the College Board will give the SAT a makeover, the first revamp in a decade, is a welcome step toward the ultimate transformation: an end to...
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Vicky Pryce: Women are dealt with more harshly in...
Of course, it isn’t her way with a
that has made the 61-year-old a household name: it’s the part she played in bringing down her ex-husband, the ex-Cabinet minister Chris Huhne. Last year...
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Fabrice "Fabulous Fab" Tourre To Teach Economics ...
Gaydar app just went off on this moron's pic. Chicago! Chicago! It's my kinda town. I bet he teaches the
and trickle-down economics. Never gonna happen...Fab will get the hook just...
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Cut taxes for the sake of job growth
Yasmeen Suliman, a director of corporate tax at KPMG in Durban. It is well known that the growth of the South African economy is languishing, and unemployment levels are dangerously high. Without...
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