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2015/01/29 03:20
2015/01/29 03:20
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There is a problem with the Internet. Its commentary is too often dominated by pinheads. H.L. Mencken used to complain that only idiots write letters to the editor. That might have been true of his...
2015/01/29 03:20
2015/01/29 03:20
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2015/01/28 21:19
2015/01/28 21:19
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College sophomore Miriam Weeks found herself at the center of an international controversy last year when she became infamous as the "Duke porn star." Now, Weeks wants to make waves in the political...
2015/01/28 10:29
2015/01/28 10:29
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Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, advocated a basic income for everyone in the UK.(BBC/YouTube) As most people laughed at Natalie Bennett's car-crash interview with Andrew Neil this...
2015/01/27 20:56
2015/01/27 20:56
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Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, In what universe is it a good thing to have over half of the young people in entire countries without work, without prospects, without a...
2015/01/27 18:56
2015/01/27 18:56
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I saw American Sniper and would not consider myself to be an angry person. You certainly have a right to make stupid blanket statements, suggesting that all people who see this film are angry, but how...
2015/01/25 09:02
2015/01/25 09:02
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Henry A. Wallace, handpicked as vice president by Franklin Roosevelt, would have liked President Obama. In 1942, Wallace called for federal support for education – a novel concept at the time – and...
2015/01/25 03:43
2015/01/25 03:43
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... there not to love?” actor Will Ferrell enthuses in the second episode of NBC’s expat comedy “Welcome to Sweden.” “Picking blueberries, outhouses, a year off if you have a baby — even if you...
2015/01/24 16:42
2015/01/24 16:42
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One of the basic logical problems we’ve all had over the eurozone and the necessary quantitative easing was trying to find an answer to the question of why it took them all so long? It’s been entirely...
2015/01/20 06:03
2015/01/20 06:03
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I visit Singapore’s red light districts almost exclusively to conduct some honest undercover journalism… almost. I am not shy or reserved about this stuff. I dare say, I hope never to be those...
2015/01/20 04:20
2015/01/20 04:20
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Henry Manne, dean emeritus of the George Mason University Law School, and one of the founders of the field of law and economics, died this past Saturday, at age 86. Most lawyers know little about...
2015/01/19 19:19
2015/01/19 19:19
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You may have never heard of Joseph Schumpeter, an eccentric Austrian economist who taught at Harvard in the 1930s and 40s. But to those of us who study the strategic and financial dynamics of...
2015/01/18 01:19
2015/01/18 01:19
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They may do well on happiness surveys, but they have plenty of problems. (iStock) ‘What’s there not to love?” actor Will Ferrell enthuses in the second episode of NBC’s expat-comedy “Welcome to...
2015/01/17 20:42
2015/01/17 20:42
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In the otherwise forgettable movie Cocktail, when Tom Cruise’s character Brian Flanagan abruptly splits with his date Bonnie, she pleads with him not to let their relationship end badly. He replies...
2015/01/17 14:15
2015/01/17 14:15
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The rattle of ice in a stainless steel shaker heralds the first mojito of the day. It comes courtesy of the award-winning cocktail waitress at Waoo!, a private restaurant run by 41-year-old Cuban...
2015/01/16 23:45
2015/01/16 23:45
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Barry Goldwater, the 1964 Republican nominee for the Presidency, speaks to a Young Republicans rally in San Francisco.Photo: Ted Streshinsky/Corbis The “reformocons,” the small coterie of...
2015/01/16 00:43
2015/01/16 00:43
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Switzerland’s central bank surprised the world this morning by removing its self-imposed cap of 1.20 Swiss francs per euro and letting the franc float higher. It also lowered its deposit rate for...
2015/01/15 14:43
2015/01/15 14:43
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Former Labor Secretary and current academic, activist, and commentator Robert Reich just wrote a blog post titled Why Wages Won’t Rise. He observes something that has been clear in every single Bureau...
2015/01/14 19:03
2015/01/14 19:03
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These arguments tend to be clichéd and sometimes immature. The people who make these arguments are not ignorant, but they tend to repeat ideas that sound obvious to them, because it has never occurred...
2015/01/13 11:28
2015/01/13 11:28
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For those of us of a certain age, one of the principal preoccupations of economic policymakers for many years was to try to ensure the inflation rate did not get out of hand. In this respect, the UK...
2015/01/13 07:42
2015/01/13 07:42
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The idea that Modern Monetary Theory might actually become vaguely mainstream, even an influence on how the Republic is governed, entirely petrifies me. It’s not actually that I disagree very much...
2015/01/29 03:20
2015/01/29 03:20
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