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The case of the missing 100k jobs

 Stanford University professor Edward Lazear makes a strong case at the Wall Street Journal that we’re looking at the last few months of job data wrong.  The media has been celebrating a modest but reassuring uptick in job creation – although, as Lazear points out before making his really devastating point, the economy is still chugging below the prior […] Continue reading →

Breaking News: Target hit by massive theft of credit, debit card data, says Secret Service

Nationwide retail giant Target is investigating a data breach potentially involving millions of customer credit and debit card records, multiple reliable sources tell KrebsOnSecurity. The sources said the breach appears to have begun on or around Black Friday 2013 — by far the busiest shopping day the year. According to sources at two different top […] Continue reading →

George Soros Donates 25,000 to Pro-Hillary PAC

Given the man’s net worth this is a modest sum indeed. But it’s an indication that powerful Democratic donors are already looking ahead to greener pastures. As the intoxicating days of “Hope and Change” fade into distant memory (and the torturous process of signing up for Obamacare becomes more and more complicated), Democrats are beginning […] Continue reading →

Obama�s Communications Team Needs an Intervention

Seth Mandel Much has been said already about President Obama’s rhetoric regarding the government shutdown–John Steele Gordon and Pete Wehner noted both the president’s dishonest and overheated comments. But there is a third category that rounds out the list: the president is saying an awful lot of things lately that don’t make any sense. It’s […] Continue reading →

Flu Shot Causes Polio-like Guillain-Barr� Syndrome: Rates Higher Than the Government Admits?

Health Impact News Editor First, let’s start with the indisputable facts: the seasonal flu vaccine causes Guillain-Barr� Syndrome (GBS). Just read the package insert of any commercially available flu vaccine. The manufacturers and government health officials concede this fact. The only thing that is disputed is: how many people does it affect? The government’s official […] Continue reading →