Monthly Archives: August 2009

Capitalism: A Love Story

So there IS something to look forward to.

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Hater Hyatt gets a divorce

“In July 2008, hotelier and developer Doug Manchester donated $125,000 to help gather signatures for a proposition that would ban same-sex marriage in California. The early money was crucial to getting the initiative—which ultimately passed—on the ballot. At the time, … Continue reading

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Stadium Healthcare

“INGLEWOOD, California (Reuters) – Inside an aging sports arena, where rows of dental chairs and a hospital smell have replaced the former Los Angeles Lakers basketball court, thousands of Americans are seeking free healthcare. “Hundreds were turned away just on … Continue reading

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Millennial Generation Hero Interview with Daniel Debowy, M.D., Ph.D.

“GM: The question that I was too cowardly to ask at your presentation and the first question everyone I talk to about your presentation asks is: How and where does Barack Obama fit into the millennial generation hero mythology? Or … Continue reading

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Cash for clunkers value

Update below, they’re not all buying Ford Escapes. Yay! “DETROIT (Reuters) – The punishing four-year decline in U.S. auto sales may have reached a turning point this week — just as Michael Papa handed over the keys to his 1996 … Continue reading

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