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News in pictures Opinion blogs Ed Davey has given his first exclusive interview since joining the Cabinet to tomorrow's Indep... Why is the Prime Minister selectively quoting statistics to run British schools down?...Yesterday marked World Book Day,
The Record * Encouraging businesses to invest is called one way to spur the U.S. economy. Joseph Stiglitz, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, offered a sobering outlook on Europe's debt crisis at Ramapo College, predicting the euro in its current form
The Daily Star Before the recent financial crisis, politicians on both sides of the aisle in the United States egged on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the giant government-backed mortgage agencies, to support low-income lending in their constituencies.
Immediately after he was sworn in last week, Premier Sean Chen unveiled his idea of building "an economy to enrich the people." This will involve restructuring income distribution so as to make people feel rich materialistically and psychologically.
Story continues below In Australia, a long way from where the movement started, we viewed this international event against the backdrop of the media highlighting "outrageous" executive pay packages, and industrial protests by Victorian nurses,
As I See It Hal Sundin Almost every day we are confronted with another self-contradictory political statement or oxymoron. Here are just a few I have collected over the last few months, and you can be sure there will be many more in the months ahead.
Despite Democrats controlling the White House and the Senate, Obama-loving media members love to blame gridlock in Washington on Republicans. But I am interested from all of you, and this thing that Sarah Palin said yesterday about it is the Tea
Scottish Proverb The term "shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations" is a fairly well known phrase which refers to an older generation that starts with nothing, works hard to amass wealth and, by the time their great-grandchildren are in
Would it be President Obama 's or Gov. Chris Christie 's in the great state of New Jersey? Would it be President Obama s, whose budget woes are getting graver, or would it be Mr. Christie s, whose budget is at least looking to be survivable?...Does
We now see what President Obama meant when he said he wanted to redistribute our wealth. You never listen to what Obama SAYS – you have to watch what he DOES. He SAID he wanted to take money from the “