How long until we see black markets for tomato bisque and fettuccini alfredo?
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Some call the Democrats “socialists,” but I think it is worse than that.
Government regulation is not the only way to protect the environment.
We’ll never fix our education system if we continue to shield parents and students from criticism.
Justin Bieber joins nail polish company OPI to release a nail polish line
John Boehner’s prescription could rocket business and the economy higher.
Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon feel sponsorship squeeze - Orlando Sentinel
Sponsorship dollars are getting harder and harder to find in NASCAR. Those caught in the squeeze aren’t just the fringe guys looking for a ride
Right turn on K Street - TheDC
Lobbying groups quietly prepare for big GOP gains in November
10 companies that prefer to remember the good ole days - US News & World Report
Success, as these once-dominant companies prove, can be fleeting
Wal-mart makes Wal-[smart] tags - Wall Street Journal
The superstore will place radio-frequency ID tags on products to keep a tight watch on stock and inventory
The consequences of what they come up with are potentially enormous and would amount to one of the most noticeable changes in the relationship between Virginians and their government in years, if not decades
Wal-Mart's D.C. take-over - WaPo
In bid to expand into major urban markets, Wal-Mart closes in on deal to open first store in the nation’s capital
Uncertain future for pot users in the workplace - Detroit FREEP
A recently filed medical marijuana lawsuit could impact patients, whose jobs may be at risk even when legally using pot
Recently released documents from a lawsuit show that Dell employees were aware of issues with many of its computers
Study shows the traditionally-Democratic voters may be up for grabs this fall
Hours before a key vote, the retail giant announced a $20 million donation for projects in Illinois
Obama gives health care breaks to unions - THE DAILY CALLER
The Obama administration on Monday released a new regulation setting rules for who can keep their current health insurance plan
Instead of hiring an army of lawyers to fight a new law CEOs think will cost them money, companies are hiring the top people from around the world to help them figure out how to voluntarily (and enthusiastically) reduce carbon