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Editorial: If U.S. is serious about debt, there's a single-payer solution.
If America truly is serious about dealing with its deficit problems, there's a fairly simple solution ... United States will have a single-payer plan. But we'll waste a lot of money and time getting ... read more
Editorial: Week in Review — March 23
Someone is going to end up short-changed, and we're worried that when the dust settles, that "someone" will include all of us who drive on Ohio's crumbling ... which also added debt payments to future ... read more
Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials
There is ... 2017 tax cuts will solve the United States' fiscal problem. The budget claims instead that trillion-dollar annual deficits over the next three years will taper off thereafter, such that ... read more
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Who’s to Blame for the Crisis in Venezuela? Can It Be Solved Through Negotiations? A Response to Gabriel Hetland and “The Nation”
There is a certain trend of opinion amongst the liberal left, particularly in the US, which never felt very comfortable with the Bolivarian revolution. Now, in the midst of a serious and well ... a ... read more
News Deserts: The Death March of Local Journalism
The weakening of local and public service journalism is already having a serious ... there is usually a record on Scoop of the official communications and an opportunity for community groups to learn ... read more
The Earth Does Shake – A Poem for Unetaneh Tokef by Rick Lupert
Many hundreds of billions of dollars of debt are ... the Final Solution to the Jewish Question. While Kaplan is entitled to his misguided beliefs, he should realize that those of us who support ... read more
Editorial: State's $130 billion pension hole gets deeper
That idea strikes us as no panacea. It’s easy to demand more money from taxpayers. It’s also easy to continue borrowing money. Both would weaken the state, and then weaken it further by driving ... read more
EDITORIAL: A tax on commuters? Here’s what Chicago mayoral candidates say
One of the 21 candidates for mayor, Bill Daley, opened the door a few days ago to a commuter tax to help pay down Chicago’s crazy high debt ... And then there was Susana Mendoza. Asked to share her ... read more
Goodbye to Illinois’ $130 billion pension hole. Now it’s $133 billion. And getting deeper.
Editorial ... idea strikes us as no panacea. It’s easy to demand more money from taxpayers. It’s also easy to continue borrowing money. Both would weaken the state, and then weaken it further by ... read more
What if Simpson and Bowles threw a debt-reduction party and nobody came
While the president’s budget represents a significant step forward, it does not go as far as necessary to keep our debt declining as a percent of our economy. There are significant ... And those ... read more
7 Signs Your Credit Card Debt Is About to Implode
Let’s take a close look at the seven warning signs your debt is getting out of control. You don’t need to have all seven indicators to be at serious risk of a credit ... please email us at editorial ... read more
EDITORIAL: Goodbye to Illinois' $130 billion pension hole. Now it's $133 billion. And getting deeper.
That idea strikes us as no panacea. It's easy to demand more money from taxpayers. It's also easy to continue borrowing money. Both would weaken the state, and then weaken it further by driving ... read more