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"If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." Benjamin Franklin, 1706-90
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An interesting theory is circulating about why Mitt Romney won’t release any more tax returns: in 2009, after his failed Presidential bid of 2008, he took a one-time government amnesty available to approximately 4,000 Americans with secret Swiss bank accounts. Slate … Continue reading
by Blair Hickman ProPublica, May 18, 2012 Outstanding student loans now top $1 trillion, more than the nation’s credit-card debt. We rounded up some of the best explanatory and accountability journalism on student debt. We’re also reporting on student debt … Continue reading
Did you know that Occupy has planned a general strike for May 1, to coincide with International Workers Day? The folks over at Salon have a rundown here, or you can head over to the Occupy site, here . The New … Continue reading
by Kim Barker, ProPublica, April 12, 2012 With 300-plus super PACs and counting, it would be easy to miss CREEP. But last Thursday, a new super PAC ingeniously named the Committee for the Re-Election of the President registered with … Continue reading