Archive | August, 2007
Once again, a government’s attempt to control the market cause death and destruction. This from the Boston Globe.
First in Time, then in The Wall Street Journal we read that in the United States, schools are spending 10 times more on special needs children than on gifted and talented children despite the fact that the percentages individuals in these groups are almost the same.
Now this from New York City: Scaffolding collapse at NYC fire site injures 4 Read a few paragraphs in to find: The main contractor taking down the building has also been dropped from the job. Project manager Bovis Lend Lease sent a default notice Wednesday to John Galt Corp., giving Galt five days’ notice before […]
This article from the San Francisco Chronicle argues that Google should have to pay "reparations" to journalists because the author believes they are putting them out of work. "It stands to reason that Google and corporations like it, who indirectly benefit so enormously from the expensive labor of journalists, should begin to take on greater […]