By David Freddoso | 09/23/13 01:31 PM
Deep philosophical topics don't lend themselves to journalistic shorthand. Popes speak in paragraphs, not soundbites.
By David Freddoso | 09/15/13 01:43 PM
“When you grow tired of Maryland taxes squeezing every dime out of your business, think Texas.”
By David Freddoso | 09/07/13 09:44 PM
In 1971, a young Navy lieutenant, John Kerry, testified before Congress, urging an end to the Vietnam War and cataloging atrocities allegedly committed there by U.S. forces.He has since come full circle, strenuously working in his capacity as President Obama’s Secretary of State to get...
By David Freddoso | 09/01/13 11:06 AM
If you've noticed that the active anti-war movement seems smaller these days, you're not alone – and just at the moment when the public seems to support their cause.
By David Freddoso | 08/25/13 10:30 AM
News from Duncan, Oklahoma, has shocked the nation. Three kids randomly shot and killed an Australian college baseball player, 22-year-old Christopher Lane, while he was on a morning jog. It's bad enough as it is. It's slightly worse that some conservatives - who felt that issues of race and...
By David Freddoso | 08/11/13 11:50 AM
The temptation among those who have never signed the front side of a paycheck — and that includes nearly all the journalists — is to tackle this story without considering employers' costs. "You make a lot of money, right? Why can't you pay $15 an hour?"
By David Freddoso | 08/04/13 05:45 PM
What is an economic recovery? Are we actually experiencing one? For most Americans, the economy and the labor market are synonymous - a healthy economy is one that creates jobs. And when journalists sit down to report the monthly jobs reports, that's the question they try to answer. But do...
By David Freddoso | 07/28/13 08:15 AM
Detroit has filed for bankruptcy because its population has shrunk by more than half and its government debt has grown to $18 billion. To pay that debt, every man, woman and child in the city would have to cough up $26,000, which is over $10,000 more than Detroiters' annual per-capita income....
By David Freddoso | 07/21/13 03:25 PM
"And for those who resist that idea that we should think about something like these 'Stand Your Ground' laws, I just ask people to consider -- if Trayvon Martin was of age and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk?" That question was part of President Obama's reaction to the...
By David Freddoso | 07/14/13 10:10 AM
The District of Columbia Council members passed a "living wage" law on July 10, forcing certain large businesses to pay a minimum wage of $12.50. The measure's sole target is Wal-Mart, which in response threatened to open just three of its six planned stores in D.C. That was the measure's real...
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