Contrary to popular belief weight training is not just for people who want to show off their shapely physiques at body building competitions, or look great on the beach. According to the Mayo Clinic, the benefits of working out with… Share this: Tweet this!
The Wall Street Journal covers an MIT study that found the downsides of trade with China have been worse than previously known (amongst economists, that is. Workers have long understood this): A pattern emerged, with areas where factories were most exposed to Chinese import growth faring worse than the less exposed. Between 2000 and 2007,
The Oklahoman recently profiled Philip Anschutz, who bought the paper from the Gaylord family, which had owned it for 108 years. Actually, “profile” is being kind—it’s more like a list of stuff Anschutz owns and a blog post about a four-minute YouTube video—and it left out essential background about the interests of its new billionaire
Should Team Obama be feeling optimistic or concerned about its fundraising prospects this election cycle? That depends. It depends, of course, on how fundraising success is measured (Who gave and how much? Compared to what?). We don’t yet know what the Obama campaign’s third quarter fundraising report—due to the Federal Election Commission this Friday—will hold.
appearing on Politico’s home page right now (here’s a screen shot): I spy these four highly informative headlines: “Christie Still Not Running” “Should Christie Take His ‘One Shot’?” “Chris Christie, still no” (which actually links again, in case you missed it, to the first piece listed above) “Running? Chris Christie’s many ‘no’s” And… Share this: