I apologize for not posting this sooner, but no blogging this week (until at least Monday) due to family obligations.
There’s spin, and then there’s spin. This short post by Washington Examiner’s Timothy P. Carney is the latter. Yesterday the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) released their June Health Tracking Poll. One section of the polling centered […]
It must be open mic night at Politico, because this opinion piece from governor Bobby Jindal reads more like a sis boom bah rant from a conservative radio fill-in host at a third-rate station […]
Over the weekend the NYTimes reported on the annual economic forecast from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which is predicting slower economic growth in the United States (1.9 percent). The IMF is […]
Dean Baker highlights a quote from the NYTimes, on the increasing percentage of young Americans completing college, to make a point about the common refrain of a supposed lack of […]
David Brooks on Edward Snowden is everything you’d imagine it to be; an armchair psych profile that naturally supports his hobbyhorse outlook on society that ends rather flat. The progression […]
I’ve abstained so far from blogging on the rate shock debate, mainly because I’ve nothing to add to what’s been written by more knowledgable folks. This will be the exception […]