"How GM went from a government bailout and bankruptcy to being one of the world's best-run car companies a decade later"
Quite a story.
Quite a story.
"The headlines claim treatment will be available within six years. The reality is a lot more complex."
But these are intriguing: "Mounting Evidence That Herpesvirus Is a Cause of Alzheimer's" and "How an outsider in Alzheimer’s research bucked the prevailing theory — and clawed for validation".
Toyota is doing quite well.
Great, just great. I sometimes think that if government couldn't cost shift, it would have very little to do.
I don't understand this, but, hey, it's . . . Illinois.
In many Illinois municipalities it’s not unusual for owners of a house assessed in the $150,000-$200,000 range to be paying more in property taxes than in principal and interest on their mortgage.
And Madigan--nearly 40 years running the state and "Madigan’s power is enforced quietly and without pity" and "He doesn’t use email and seldom a cell phone, preferring communication face to face"--sounds like a Mafia don.
The headline is bad news, but the opening sentence is worse: "New York’s existential crisis continues apace."
Microsoft workers used to say that billg had five brains and each of them was smarter than yours. So this is probably unsurprising:
Bill Gates himself sees the potential of this approach. He has wisely increased funding for public charter schools and for research in other education innovations. If he is looking for learning reforms that are effective, sustainable, and scalable, this is it. The formula for success is: Trust parents; avoid politics.
Praise for the ALICE--Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate--course.
An entrepreneur aids those who suffer from dopey Liberal policies.
Difficult for Liberals to hear, but true: