August 15, 2014
Permission to republish original opeds granted.
So goes retail
So goes retail, so goes the economy. Well, retail growth is doing worse now than it was during the first three months of the year, and this time there's no cold spell or snow to blame.
The Giver movie shows the Left's egalitarian consequences
The Giver shows a world without choice. Is that where we're headed now?
Another boring August?
Instead of engrossing articles detailing how the Democrat voting miners in the Minnesota's Iron Range are going to have to reconcile Senator Al Franken's anti-mining stance with their almost knee-jerk support for Democratic Party candidates and what that means for the majority, we have puff pieces and exposes on Hillary Clinton.
Street: China appears ready to dump its U.S. treasury bonds
Lombard Street Research: "For a long time the threat that Beijing might sell US Treasuries rang hollow, but no longer. Growth trouble across the Pacific may have a much bigger impact on US yields in 2015 and 2016 than the expected pace of US central bank tightening."