Automation is no myth.
It takes real skill to pack all those ingredients securely within a tortilla.
Slate's Matt Yglesias is joining new Ezra Klein venture.
Now the same Wall Street players who crashed the economy in the first place are trying to stop local governments from solving the problem.
And as the Atlantic's Elspeth Reeve argues, advocating that rich people should pay higher taxes and then buying an expensive
Slate's Matthew Yglesias writes columns about economics and finance. Yglesias has been writing about Cyprus, and my critiques of the policies he has been proposing are the subject of this column.
If the freedom of individuals -- to exploit, to injure and kill, to encite -- were allowed to trump all other rights, it would be a frightening world indeed. Just read a history book if you don't believe me.
If you believe you should have everything and anything gets away from you, it's a tragedy, the world is collapsing. So is America over?
Idios in Ancient Greek meant private, and only someone not in their right mind would choose to ignore the fact that all private interests depend on the public good. We are idiots if we ignore this, or vote for politicians that do.
American capitalism requires workers. Workers, young and old, require health care. We can't allow them to be treated like inhuman resources, that can be consumed, and the residue conveniently and cheaply disposed of.
"I think the key is that the current generation and the one coming up next will stay at the Prospect and make it their own
Still, Rachlis thought the situation was serious enough to inform staffers last Thursday of the magazine's current financial
The bill as it currently stands is stronger than the American Clean Energy and Security Act in several crucial ways, but it has a treacherous gauntlet to run before reaching the President's desk.
What kind of language should American bloggers use in writing on foreign affairs, particularly regarding combat zones like Afghanistan and Somalia?
Right. The Club For Growth is still looking for Jesus' endorsement, I guess. This is the "new idea" that Gingrich believes
Still, the re-imagining that the article calls for is not without precedent. Indeed, Katz et al. are not striving for the
Last Friday, blogger Matt Yglesias penned a rather innocuous post that, in part, criticized a centrist messaging factory
If local papers disappear entirely (that is, if their digital versions fail), the evidence suggests that "untraditional" sources like blogs just won't be able to pick up the displaced audience.
And now I'm bored again, with McCainBlogette, the end. A selection of the lyrics: Feel sick after every meal I'd say 'cos