Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Chart: The myth of shared sacrifice

The Fed’s “Fatal Flaw”: Morgenson & Rosner on Why Nothing’s Changed Since the Crisis

On Political Theology – Paul Kahn

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What we can do, however, is pause with respect to any particular belief or practice and ask whether it survives a critical examination. We ask ourselves whether we remain persuaded. We must answer the question honestly. If we fail to say what we actually think, then we will not see ourselves in the discourse. We will not be persuaded, because we are not there. To be there is to make of philosophy a practice of freedom.


Health-care supply and demand

Would ending corporate tax breaks make dent in deficit?

Forget Angry Birds, This App Could Save Your Life

Minus ( 22 Economic Charts

Employed Persons: 1999, 2001, 2003, 2011

Instead of Student Loans, Investing in Futures

Is the U.S. doing teacher reform all wrong?

Government regulations save lives on the job

As physicians change, will the AMA?

The States That Spend The Most And Least On Each Student