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David Brooks (born August 11, 1961) is a Canadian-born political and cultural commentator who writes for the New York Times to represent some conservative views. He worked as an editorial...

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  • Graduate Jobs: No El Dorado at the end of the unemployment line

      News Source: International Business Times | 3 years ago
    Schools&Degrees Get top stories about most recent education issues, business school news, and insights from top business schools Sample The problem is compounded as those collecting degrees are also competing with recent graduates from 2008, 2009 and
  • Fair celebrates cars, its history

      News Source: San Diego Union-Tribune | 3 years ago
    Mike Loftis uses a hammer to secure a metal pin that attaches the spokes to the axle of the Grand Wheel. Workers toiled through the week constructing the rides for the San Diego County Fair, which opens today. David Brooks DEL MAR — The Ghostbusters
  • Byron York: Amid media circus, Palin lays out policy positions

      News Source: The Union | 3 years ago
    In recent days, Sarah Palin has commanded the attention of the national press corps simply by taking in a few tourist sites on the East Coast. Whenever she stops her One Nation bus, reporters lucky or canny enough to keep up with her have asked about
  • David Brooks / Two paths for Medicare

      News Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 3 years ago
    Americans are going to have to confront a giant one over the next several years...As presently constructed, Medicare is based on an open-ended fee-for-service system. The government pays providers each time they deliver a service...Recipients don't
  • Citizens Hash Out Deficit Solutions

      News Source: The Hartford Courant | 3 years ago
    At a nearby table, two women and three men, from 20-something to nearly 50, debated the issues presented by Julie McNeal of The Concord Coalition, a think tank that supports balanced budgets. They asked themselves: Should the mortgage deduction be
  • Wonkbook: Why Goolsbee is leaving

      News Source: Washington Post | 3 years ago
    This can't be a fun time to serve as a White House economist. Almost 60 percent of Americans believe the recovery has not begun and give the president poor marks on his handling of both the economy and the deficit. A majority of independents "
  • Obama’s Re-election Campaign Dogged by Poor Jobs Report

      News Source: Epoch Times | 3 years ago
    Obama's re-election prospects have taken a sudden turn for the worse, political pundits, journalists, and Republican presidential hopefuls are all saying. A poor and disappointing May jobs report has put the spotlight on a lagging economy. Private
  • Syria's hostility and the Mideast peace equation

      News Source: Seattle Times | 3 years ago
    There can be no peaceful negotiations with the sociopathic regimes of a Bashar Assad or a Moammar Gadhafi. However, average Americans, battered financially by an unstable economy, high unemployment and exploding health-care costs, will not stand for

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