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While North Carolina's Senate candidates agree on some issues, their views diverge dramatically on reproductive health care. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series here.

North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan (D) and Speaker of the North Carolina House Thom Tillis (R) are in a neck-and-neck race for that state’s Senate seat, and all eyes a...

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Piketty’s Neoliberal Capital

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Piketty’s Neoliberal Capital

Let’s get this out of the way. I agree with Piketty’s overall conclusion in Capital about inequality, that: the distribution of wealth in many industrial nations is highly unequal, wealth concentration has been increasing; and there is a high likelihood that the extent of wealth inequality will...

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The Georgia senate candidates' most interesting records on equal pay are in business, and they're worth close attention. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series here.

Early observers pegged the Georgia midterm senate race as one to watch, and they’ve been spot on so far. Democratic challenger Michelle Nunn and Republican contender D...

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(Part of  Berman’s “Big Green Radicals” Ad Campaign)

Richard Berman , a lobbyist nicknamed “Dr. Evil”, has made a career out of trying to thwart labor, public health and environmental groups. His specialty is known as “astroturfing” , a tactic he pioneered and has been paid to do from a good slice of...

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Florida's voters must choose between two candidates who were once members of the same party, which complicates their records. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series here.

Florida’s gubernatorial race is one of the highest-profile elections in the country this year, with incumbent Rick Scott (R) running against former Florida governor

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Florida's voters must choose between two candidates who were once members of the same party, which complicates their records. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series here.

Florida’s gubernatorial race is one of the highest-profile elections in the country this year, with incumbent Rick Scott (R) running against former Florida governor...

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Price rises edge up in October, though data provide little relief that the 18-nation bloc will avoid slipping into a deflationary trap....
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In This Issue.

*  Currencies rebound yesterday but turnaround today.
*  CBR hikes rates!
*  BOJ announces new QE!
*  Ding, Dong QE is Dead, for now that is!

And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

Boo! It's Halloween!   .

Good Day!...  And a Happy Friday to one and all!... BOO! Gotcha didn't I? It's Halloween! The last day of

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The question of "recovery" really boils down to this: how much longer can the top 10% prop up the expansion?

A flurry of recent media stories have addressed housing unaffordability , for example  Why Middle-Class Americans Can't Afford to Live in Liberal Cities .

The topic of housing unaffordability crosses party lines:  Housing...
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In the Wisconsin gubernatorial election, Medicaid coverage for 120,000 people hangs in the balance. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series here.

In the upcoming Wisconsin Governor’s election, which may very well turn on women’s votes, Governor Scott Walker (R) and Mary Burke (D) are vying to show women that they have their best i...

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