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Amazing that the Republican party is still dominated by such a thoroughly discredited economist. It's time for some new ideas, folks.

"Laffer’s ideas have also grown out of fashion with much of the mainstream economic community. There is an entire branch of economic literature that uses detailed equations to show cutting top tax rates does not spark additional growth. Most recently, the University of Chicago’s Owen Zidar showed that the biggest gains from tax cuts come when rates are reduced for low-income workers.

"In 2012, the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business asked a panel of respected economists from across the political spectrum whether they believed an income tax cut today would lead to higher tax revenue five years from now, compared with a world with no tax cut. Not a single respondent said it would."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/arthur-laffer-has-a-neverending-supply-of-supply-side-plans-for-gop/2015/04/09/04c61440-dec1-11e4-a1b8-2ed88bc190d2_story.html
Republican candidates have lined up for decades for economic advice from the longtime policymaker.
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Networking fundamentals teaches computer science students the building blocks of modern network design. Typically you will learn about the many different types of networks, concepts, architecture and design.
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Good thing the world's only major political party that doesn't "believe" in climate change just took over the Senate or we might have to take this seriously.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/03/world/europe/global-warming-un-intergovernmental-panel-on-climate-change.html?_r=0
Failure to reduce emissions could threaten society with food shortages, refugee crises, major flooding and mass extinctions, the group of scientists and other experts found.
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Really nice response to the article on my father's WW2 service on Peleliu. Thank you, Paul Nichols!
http://www.concordmonitor.com/opinion/13609738-95/letter-a-powerful-story
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Technology editor / journalist / reporter job opening in Louisville http://app.jobvite.com/m?3C8fDhwo
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Doc and Richard nailed this one. Sorry both are gone.

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Looking for a senior product marketing manager - Louisville, KY, Foster City, CA or NYC will do.
http://quinstreet.com/careers?nl=1&jvi=oOqv0fwt,Job&jvs=Employee
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Coming in less than an hour: Google+ hangout on enterprise apps and mobility with James Maguire, Ann All, Chris Preimesberger, Eileen Feretic and John Pallatto
http://www.eweek.com/enterprise-apps/enterprise-apps-hangout-moving-business-to-mobility.html
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I've signed up to try Watson analytics, so Rob Enderle could have a point.
http://www.datamation.com/commentary/how-ibms-watson-could-do-for-analytics-what-search-did-for-google.html
IBM’s freemium move with Watson is an aggressive push to enlarge the Big Data analytics market.
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My father's story, Sept. 15, 1944. Many thanks to Dana Wormald and Steve Leone at the Concord (NH) Monitor for publishing this. My father and I both lived and worked in Concord and I began my career at the Monitor, so it's especially gratifying to get this published there.

For those of you who don't know, Peleliu was one of the bloodiest - and most unnecessary - battles of WW2. Read on for more.

http://www.concordmonitor.com/home/13519314-95/my-turn-the-battle-of-peleliu-and-the-scars-of-war
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Senior editor for B2B technology at QuinStreet (IT Business Edge Network). Dow Theorist. Time.com small business columnist.
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There was this doctor named Luke who once wrote a story called the Good Samaritan. You should totes check it out.
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