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  • World comments that elicit a 'yep' or 'nope' [Commentary]

    World comments that elicit a 'yep' or 'nope' [Commentary]
    Sometimes, you come across a quote or phrase that jolts your sensibilities.  The words can be as deep and thought provoking as those supplied by Golda Meir below, or as mind numbingly ludicrous as those uttered by the Dartmouth College protesters of last spring, also below.  Regarding the former, your response might be an immediate "Yep."  On the latter, it could easily be a simple "Nope!"
  • Shades of France

    Shades of France's notorious Third Republic! The latest French government has been summarily dismissed after only six painful months. It was certainly time for a change. President François Hollande's poll ratings have plumbed new depths at 17 percent,...

    A newspaper fact-checks its own right-wing op-ed; hilarity ensues

    The Kansas City Star probably thought it was on solid ground when it published an op-ed by Stephen Moore defending the draconian, and economically debilitating, tax cuts instituted by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback. (We reported on how the tax cuts have turned...

    Avoid state income tax with a personal tax inversion

    Everywhere you look there is talk of corporate tax inversions -- the tax strategy whereby large multinational corporations shift assets or company headquarters to other countries in order to benefit from a lower corporate income tax rate. Both sides of...

    The broken window fallacy and unintended consequences

    Have you heard the parable of the broken window? It's a wonderful example of unintended consequences that applies not only to businesses activity and government regulations but to individuals as well. Fans of the book "Freakonomics" are given a front...