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Five Industries Hit the Reset Button

For example, according to the World Bank, GDP growth in China in 2011 is expected to slow to 8.7 percent ... imperatives will lead operators to pursue not just cost reduction but cost “reshaping”: new ... read more

A final word on Marshall’s comments

If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved poorly in a press conference setting, they should probably take a look at the 1 minute, 40 second group interview ... read more

Has the news cycle killed soaring political oratory?

The TV soundbite, the press conference, the never-ending round of interviews on 24-hour news channels; they have come for the political speech like a great swarm of Hyundais, and they have priced it ... read more

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The 9/11 Truth Conspiracy Is a Distraction from the Real Crimes of Our Government

Americans love a conspiracy. According to a May 17 Zogby poll, 42 percent believe the U.S. government and the 9/11 Commission are covering up what really happened on Sept. 11, 2001. There is something ... read more


WashPost Is Richly Rewarded for False News About Russia Threat While Public Is Deceived

In the past six weeks, the Washington Post published two blockbuster stories about the Russian threat that went viral: one on how Russia is behind a massive explosion of “fake news,” the other on how ... read more

Obama and Kerry on Ukraine, War in Afghanistan Hits Peak Unpopularity, Rand Paul Urges Voting Rights for Felons: P.M. Links

Missouri's attorney general wants the power to indefinitely detain sex offenders. Who cares about Constitutional rights, by Jove, we've got to do this for the children. Get Reason.com and Reason 24/7 ... read more

Judge finds fault with fixies

On June 1, 2006 Portland bike messenger Ayla Holland was given a ticket for allegedly violating Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 815.280(2)(a) which states, A bicycle must be equipped with a brake that ... read more

Asylum seeker problem won't quietly go away

The tragedy and the response to it also shows why attempts to slow the 24-hour news cycle in general - and hide the failure of asylum seeker policy in particular - are doomed to failure. Government ... read more

THE WORLD QUESTION CENTER

WHAT SCIENTIFIC CONCEPT WOULD IMPROVE EVERYBODY'S COGNITIVE TOOLKIT? The term 'scientific"is to be understood in a broad sense as the most reliable way of gaining knowledge about anything, whether it ... read more

What Really Makes Us the 'Bold North'

We also rank high in per capita-theater ticket sales. The Twin Cities ranks fifth in Travel + Leisure’s “America’s Best Cities for Foodies” after Houston, Providence, R.I., Kansas City and Atlanta. ... read more

Aviation Week & Space Technology

An EADS-India contract worth a relatively small $20 million poses fundamental questions for the new U.S. administration regarding a multibillion-dollar fighter competition. Europe’s EADS is near ... read more

Obama and Kerry on Ukraine, War in Afghanistan Hits Peak Unpopularity, Rand Paul Urges Voting Rights for Felons: P.M. Links

President Obama warns that "there will be consequences" for those who resort to violence in Ukraine. Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to reiterate that the U.S. could impose economic ... read more



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