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If others in our class are still rising while we're stagnating, we sense a great disturbance in the financial and political Force.
Rising economic inequality tends to generate political instability for all the obvious reasons:  the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, the rich say  let them eat brioche  and next thing you know, the...
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Fans of Obama learned the hard way that  hope and change  are quietly dumped the moment you enter the Imperial Presidency.
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The appeal of Bernie Sanders is clear even to those who don't "feel the Bern": maybe, just maybe something will actually change in Washington. Fans of The Donald have the same hope.
A vote for Hillary is a vote for...
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British Summer time is nearly over and Britons are looking forward to lighter mornings and an extra hour in bed when the clocks go back later this month. Why does Daylight Saving Time happen...
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Doing well on an AP examination allows university credit to be received by you in senior high school. There will be a5 the highest-grade that you can access it the check. Advertisement Measures 1 Enroll and commence the World Record program provided by your college. In the event the class isn’t provided, you are able to however take the...

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A few charts help us grasp the magnitude of the four global time-bombs.
The geopolitical and financial risks facing the global economy are well-known. Hot wars and currency meltdowns garner headlines around the world.
But few even hear, much less discuss, four ticking global time-bombs:
1. The demographic time-bomb.
2. The public health time-bomb....
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We cannot just amass portfolios of nice-to-have overseas assets and look forward to receiving dividends or capital growth, writes Li Shufu...
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Forgiving skyrocketing student debt won't solve the real problem, which is the soaring costs imposed by a cartel that is failing to prepare students for the economy of tomorrow.
Everyone understands soaring student debt is a problem:  burdened with $1.3 trillion in student loans, young people are unable to start businesses, buy homes and...
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If housing tanks, the last prop under the veneer of middle class wealth collapses.
The Powers That Be have gone to extraordinary lengths to prop up housing by whatever means are necessary since the collapse of the housing bubble in 2008:  the Federal Reserve has pushed mortgages rates down by buying mortgage-backed securities, the federal...
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Roosevelters weighed in on the first Democratic debate on #RooRxn last night. Today, Aman Banerji and Alan Smith of Roosevelt's National Staff and Alyssa O'Brien of Roosevelt Northeast examine the issues the candidates missed.

The first Democratic debate is in the books, and it was a welcome change of pace for those who, like the members of our...

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You thought it was safe to drive 90 miles an hour on a rain-slicked narrow road while you were tipsy because the airbag would save you, but it still hurts when you crash.
I first discussed  the Paradox of Risk  in August, 2008, just before the stock market melted down:   The Unintended (Risky) Consequences of "Backstopping" Risk (Aug...

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