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How much different is low-wage work from slavery?

To the editor: Steve Lopez reports on the economic plight of Rafael Leon and other hard workers stuck in low-wage jobs that they feel do not show them respect. The column prompts this question, which I hope someone can answer honestly: What is the functional difference between pre-Civil War slavery...

Bozell & Graham Column: Hillary's Wacky Poor-House Claims

While Hillary Clinton hates doing Sunday shows – as we remember from the weekend after Benghazi – she did allow her close friend Gov. Terry McAuliffe to appear on Meet the Press on April 19. Jaws dropped when NBC host Chuck Todd threw him a real Russert-like hardball, quoting from his 2007 memoir What A Party! "This is Hillary Clinton," said Todd. Show More Summary

NYT takes 36 Hours from print to screen with Travel Channel

NYTCo The New York Times’ “36 Hours” column will become a Travel Channel show, the Times announced Tuesday. “Top Chef” winner Kristen Kish and U.S. soccer pro Kyle Martino will host six episodes “timed to coincide with new or updated...Show More Summary

TV Critic Mary McNamara Wins Pulitizer For Criticism

“McNamara was honored for 2014 columns on the death of Joan Rivers, Stephen Colbert’s departure from Comedy Central, the media circus attending the Sochi Olympics and myriad television shows. She often ranged beyond television to examine broader cultural trends and controversies, including the debate about the role on-screen sexism might play in real-world violence.”

Bozell & Graham Column: Shocking Prime-Time Balance on CBS

Conservatives know what to expect when the networks create shows about lawyers. From L.A. Law to Ally McBeal, we’ve observed countless crusading liberal protagonists confront and defeat conniving corporate executives and other corrupt establishment villains. This seemed to describe The Good Wife on CBS over the last five years. Show More Summary

Mike Gold: Roseanne Roseannadanna Was Right!

“It just goes to show ya, it’s always something. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.” Deathless words from the late Roseanne Roseannadanna. And, as the saying goes, truer words were never spoken. Today’s column almost didn’t happen, and I’m writing this so late that it’s possible my editor won’t be able to take a … Continue reading Mike Gold: Roseanne Roseannadanna Was Right! ?

Gavin Polone on TV's Dirty Secret: Your Agent Gets Money for Nothing (Guest Column)

"Package fees," which can allow agencies to make more money from a TV hit than the show's actual creator, are an embarrassment to Hollywood. read more

Rigging the Vote (13/02/15)

I enjoyed this section of John Rentoul's opinion column in The Independent the other day which features a table from the psephologist, John Curtice, showing the effects of the number of Westminster seats the SNP will take if the party continues to enjoy a lead over Scottish Labour on polling day - 7 May. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart: Most Trusted Satirist and Newsist

From my Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer column After nearly 16 years, comedian Jon Stewart is leaving the reins of The Daily Show. Recently, a number of comic hosts have left long-term late-night gigs - Jay Leno, Steven Colbert, David Letterman, Craig Ferguson, Brian Williams - but barely a blip on the giggle continuity screen. Show More Summary

Rigging the Vote

I enjoyed this section of John Rentoul's opinion column in The Independent the other day which features a table from the psephologist, John Curtice, showing the effects of the number of Westminster seats the SNP will take if the party continues to enjoy a lead over Scottish Labour on polling day - 7 May. Show More Summary

25 Quotes That Show You How Much Liberals Hate Soldiers Like Chris Kyle

My latest Townhall column is called, 25 Quotes That Show You How Much Liberals Hate Soldiers Like Chris Kyle. Here’s an excerpt from the column. 1) “In Vietnam, our soldiers

Capital control effectiveness: Firm-level evidence from Brazil

Capital controls are back in fashion. This column discusses new firm-level evidence from Brazil showing that capital controls segment international financial markets, reduce external financing, and lower firm-level investment. They disproportionately affect small, non-exporting firms, especially those more dependent on external finance. Show More Summary

Digitised @SLQ – Boer War Diary describes Queensland troops’ movements

A newly digitised Boer war diary of the 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen by Major F.W. Toll shows “actual movements and marches of the unit whilst attached to Genl. Plumers’column” from April 1901 through May 1902.  It is  in the John Oxley Library as part of Collection OM84-11. The Toll diary immediately transports one through time [...]

The servicification of manufacturing and trade policy

The manufacturing sector in OECD countries increasingly buys, produces, sells and exports services. This is now known as the servicification of manufacturing. This column, using firm-level data from Sweden, shows that as firms’ share of in-house services increases, so does their export intensity. Show More Summary

Measles and the anti-vaccination movement meet at Disneyland

4 months agoHealth : The Checkup

Read this terrific column by the Los Angeles Times' Michael Hiltzik from the heart of the anti-vaccination movement. It's not Disneyland's fault, of  course, but it does show what can happen in a place where many visitors come from all over the world.Read full article >>

Q&A: How Alan Taylor, online photography pioneer, is rethinking The Atlantic’s photo site

On Monday, NASA released a high definition version of one of its most iconic photos ever, the Pillars of Creation — a shot from the Hubble Space Telescope that shows three massive columns of gas about 6,500 light years away. Atlantic senior editor Alan Taylor, who runs the site’s In Focus photography blog, knew immediately...

Maureen Dowd Denies Showing Column to Amy Pascal’s Husband

4 months agoNews : Mediaite

The latest scandal to emerge from the massive cyber-attack on Sony Pictures concerns an email exchange between studio co-chair Amy Pascal and New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd regarding a column published earlier this year about women in Hollywood. Show More Summary

Sony Leak: How Your New York Times Fluff-Piece Sausage Gets Made

4 months agoEntertainment : Defamer

How do you get a quote from Sony Pictures chair Amy Pascal for a column you want to write about her? It helps if you're good friends with her husband—and it helps even more if you show him your column in advance to assure Pascal that the coverage is positive. Read more...

Central-bank credibility, reputation and inflation targeting in historical perspective

Central bank credibility is critically linked to communication and commitment. This column analyses the historical evolution of credibility, showing its prewar peak and the subsequent dip from which it did not fully recover until the 1980s. Inflation targeting has played a key role in establishing credibility in both developed and emerging market economies.

Eco Alert: Warming Pacific May Release Greenhouse Gas Sealed for Millions of Years

Sonar image above shows methane bubbles rising from the seafloor off the Washington coast. The base of the column is 1/3 of a mile (515 meters) deep and the top of the plume is at 1/10 of a mile (180...

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