Does continually campaigning even in the crafting of legislation translate into good governance in line with the public interest or welfare? Take a look at the House vote on fixing Obamacare. The undercurrent might surprise you.
Facebook may approaching a fiscal cliff as the opinion-leaders of the teenage generation have been taking flight. The flock will undoubtedly take flight in due time.
See http://youtu.be/BIBbdxUZqPc Why do we look the other way at some conflicts of interest while going after others?
Four times in the past five years, the Pentagon’s inspector general has found that Boeing Co. collected excessive or unjustified payments on U.S. defense contracts.
Wall Street may be starting to freak out a bit about the risk of a U.S. government default, but the rest of the world is playing it cool, or pretending to at least.
Why would Wall Street undercut the U.S. Government just as it was poised to possibly default?
Three economists won the Nobel prize in 2013 for having pointed to a hole in the efficient market hypothesis. How might Nietzsche be used to show how deep the hole really is?
FRONTLINE reveals the hidden story of the NFL and brain injuries.
In case you missed the two investigations on the brain damage from playing tackle football, you might be surprised at how dangerous the sport is. Even so, high school, college, and pro football go on as usual. Are we, the viewers, already brain dead?
Does the American public know as much as the pollsters and journalists suppose on the probable impacts from a default by the U.S. Government?