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Economic restructuring, or metaphorical colonoscopy?

Monday, October 11, 2010

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A story in this morning’s Denver Post caught my eye – and not because it was about another gloomy economist making another gloomy forecast. Here’s the quote from Nobel Prize – winning gloommeister Michael Spence. Noting that the labor market is global but most worker aren’t, Spence said that “We’re underestimating the extent that to […]

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Obama goes all medieval on us!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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It appears that President Obama  has finally abandoned his cerebral, even professorial affect and has become once again a canny and combative politician.  Good on ya, Mr. President!  Way to man-up! Journalists are professionally neutral (more or less).  We try to not to root for one side or another, but we appreciate a good fight.  That’s […]

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Stay in the race, Dan!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

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Republican power brokers want Dan Maes to step aside as Republican nominee for governor. Their concerns: He can’t win, and he might drag down the rest of the ticket. Both concerns have merit, but there are two much larger questions that the uber-GOPsters haven’t considered. Dan Maes won the nomination fair and square. He came […]

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