Every now and then I find myself on a gadget spree—spending more than an appropriate amount of time looking for new tools and apps to improve my work flow. On my last round of widget-hunting I discovered a note-taking app called Evernote.
The economy isn't like an individual family that earns a certain amount
and spends some other amount, with no relationship between the two. My
spending is your income and your spending is my income. If we both slash
spending, both of our incomes fall.
With Republicans (even after a sweeping electoral defeat) demanding a strip-down of Social Security and other benefit programs, I think it is important for every American to reflect on why we have them in the first place. The Administration has a well-written document that everyone should read:
"I don't want to go down the path of Spain," Romney said Wednesday night during the first presidential debate. He argued that government spending under Obama has reached 42 percent of the U.S. economy, a figure comparable with America's NATO ally. "I want to go ...
This mountain of a biography chronicles the life of Theodore Roosevelt before he became president at the age of 42. It is inspiring, insightful, and exceedingly well documented (over 100 pages of notes).
TR was noted for his integrity, personality, and masculinity ...
Romney's repetitious campaign fumbles have been the source of amusement for Democrats and frustration for Republicans. As members of his own party have been distancing themselves, Mrs. Romney jumps to his defense: