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Paul Ryan Named as VP Nominee

Ryan Is a Bold and Good Choice for Romney

The selection of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney’s running mate shows three things about the Republican presidential candidate.

First, Romney actually has it in him to take chances. “I think this is the boldest thing I’ve seen Romney … More…

Sergey Aleynikov, left, a former programmer at Goldman Sachs, with his lawyer Kevin Marino outside the Manhattan Criminal Court in New York.

Justice for Goldman But Not for Its Enemies

On Thursday Goldman Sachs, the powerful Wall Street investment firm, hit the trifecta in a way that says a lot about who really gets justice in America.

First, the Department of Justice announced it would not be pursuing criminal charges … More…

Rupert Murdoch speaks at Davos in 2009.

GOP Honchos Read Romney the Riot Act

Just a few weeks ago, President Obama’s re-election campaign appeared to be foundering. Now it’s Mitt Romney’s turn.

Since the Supreme Court’s recent decisions on immigration and health care reform, the future Republican presidential nominee has been reeling.

The … More…

Mark Zuckerberg speaks in 2008

The Big Tax Windfall from the Facebook IPO

Facebook insiders aren’t the only ones who will get big paydays from its historic initial public offering, which prices late Thursday and starts trading Friday.

Uncle Sam and Governor Jerry will have their greedy hands out, demanding their cut.

By … More…

Samsung booth at electronics show in 2010

It’s the Global Economy, Stupid

On Thursday came a report from The Wall Street Journal about the narrowing education gap between US parents and their children, suggesting the American dream was in jeopardy.

Friday we got two more intriguing pieces on related topics—or topics … More…

President Obama at UNC

Education Slowdown Endangers the American Dream

A stunning article in The Wall Street Journal Thursday by David Wessel and Stephanie Banchero said  the educational gap between US children and their parents has narrowed dramatically.

“When baby boomers born in 1955 reached age 30, they had … More…