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The economic and emotional reasons to have more kids

Apr 12, 2011
Bryan Caplan, author of "Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids," explains how parenting can be easier and more fun than you think.
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Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids

Apr 12, 2011
Title: Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids: Why Being a Great Parent is Less Work and More Fun Than You Think Author: Bryan Caplan Publisher: Bas...
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The Tea Party turns to technology

Apr 12, 2011
Broadside Books, a HarperCollins imprint, is launching a new series called "Voices of the Tea Party," digital essays that will cost $2 each. The...
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The Big Thirst

Apr 12, 2011
Title: The Big Thirst Author: Charles Fishman Publisher: Free Press Type: Non Fiction Released: April 12, 2011 Length: 400 pages For the pa...
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Could Google shoot down lead to a Universal Public Library?

Apr 4, 2011
Miguel Helft in the New York Times has an interesting article today about the possible ramifications of a recent decision against Google. A federal...
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The need to end the debt supercycle in the U.S.

Mar 31, 2011
Author John Mauldin explains why he thinks Americans need to accept a cut in Medicare and a hike in taxes, for the sake of the republic.
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Endgame

Mar 31, 2011
Title: Endgame: The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It Changes Everything Author: John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper Publisher: Wiley Type: N...
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Using peer pressure for good

Mar 29, 2011
Tina Rosenberg, author of "Join the Club," discusses how peer pressure can be used effectively for social campaigns.
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Join the Club

Mar 29, 2011
Title: Join the Club: How Peer Pressure Can Transform the World Author: Tina Rosenberg Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company Type: Non Fiction...
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Suze Orman's 'New American Dream'

Mar 18, 2011
The new American Dream means no debt, living below your means and within your needs, and getting the same pleasure out of savings as you do from spending. Personal finance maven Suze Orman explains in an interview with Tess Vigeland.
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