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Why "More Jobs" is the Wrong Focus

I went to CPAC on February 26th and 27th. The brief time that I spent there was enough to damper my confidence for the future of American politics. 333 more words

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A Pre-budget report on Gideon Osborne by Ian Wood, Parliamentary Candidate for Derbyshire Dales

George Osborne will deliver what possibly will be his last Budget ever, on 18 March. He will try to sell austerity as a success and hope that the opposition try to outmatch him with more. 1,164 more words



We know many of our countrymen are wondering what will come of their hopes and dreams. Can we love America and not rest until each of them can reach as… 814 more words


Advice Ashtabula County Should Heed

According to a new Brookings Institute article, metropolitan leaders across the country (Insert: and many nonmetropolitan leaders as well) share a desire to create high quality jobs, get more young adults and other workers into those jobs, expand incomes, reduce inequality, and keep their core industries competitive in the face of rising global competition and opportunity. 237 more words

ED Incentives

Does Paul Krugman eat lunch alone?

Paul Krugman[1] (1953- ) is one of the smartest guys alive. He got a BA in Economics from Yale (1974) and a Ph.D. from M.I.T. 577 more words

The Economy

New Ideas, New Funders: Has the Asset Building Movement Finally Arrived? - Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence

Recently we talked with Bob Friedman about the early days of the asset building movement and how this work drew in funders. Here, in our second article based on that conversation, we hear his thoughts on where the movement is today and where it may be going. 18 more words

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