A Rebuke to Readers of The New York Times

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No Disparity

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School Daze

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The Woes of the Managerial Class

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The Blackboard Jungle

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That Stagnating Feeling

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The Thin Gray Line

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Ipse Dixit

Something is afoot in Washington. Newspapers yesterday (May 13th) contained a tidbit regarding the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) decision not to file an appeal with the Supreme Court. The adverse ruling in question was delivered in February by the U.S. Court of Appeal. The subject of the case, Loving v. IRS, concerned the agency’s authority …

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Belabored Reporting

Anyone familiar with my work knows I have not been optimistic for some time on a sea change for the better in the U.S. labor markets. But that said, I disagree with the assessment of media and financial pundits on the latest Employment Situation Report. On balance, I do not believe the April report was …

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Commonsense is not so Common

The inspiration  for reissuing this piece from the archives (it first appeared in February 2012) was an article appearing in the April 24th edition of The Economist. Entitled, “Because Men are Not Angels”, the article explores the new found interest in James Madison. Among other occupations, including being a member of the Tidewater gentry and …

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