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Bush shouldn't defer spending to prepare for the defining wars of the 21st century—which are economic, not military. more »
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China's holdings of U.S. debt limit its options more than America's. more »
Never in history has any nation decided to spend so much for so long to battle so few. more »
Soldiers and their families are bearing the biggest cost of the war in Iraq—while oil companies make out like bandits. more »
Does it matter how much Republicans have screwed up if the Democrats still haven't figured out how to shine on their own? more »
seattletimes.nwsource.com — The Katrina calamity has begun to unleash some inventive ideas that embrace the principles of smart growth.
George W. Bush's leadership on the economy has definitely broken records—just not the kind you'd want to brag about. more »
If liberals want to win in 2006, the focus must be on fair economic policies, framed to put conservatives on the defensive. more »
The Bush administration uses fuzzy math to calculate the ongoing costs of our misadventure in Iraq. more »
washingtonpost.com — Public pressure should be brought on the current crop of moral dunces panting to do business in China.
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