Daily Archives: September 30, 2014

A Model for Uplifting the Cities of the Poor

Uplifting the Cities of the Poor Edward L. Glaeser What Kinshasa, Port-au-Prince, and others can learn from Western urbanization Over the last half-century, a once overwhelmingly rural world has become ever more urban. In 1960, the urbanization rate in the … Continue reading

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The View from across the Mirrored Pond

A Guide to Selfism By Peter Hitchens  There is nothing more dispiriting than an English middle-class audience, especially one in the gentler, more prosperous parts of the country.  They calmly believe all kinds of ideas which menace, most profoundly, the … Continue reading

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Eric Holder: Obstructionism, Cover-Ups, and Corruption?

Eric Holder Runs from a Ticking Time Bomb “IRS Deadline approaches fast — Federal Judges are Furious—and where is Andrew Selka?” By Sidney Powell | 09/25/14  The surprise resignation of Eric Holder, the first Attorney General ever to be held in contempt of … Continue reading

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