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Articles of the Week: Obama's Permanent Spending Binge

May 02, 2011 12:03 AM ET
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Here’s the list of this top articles I read this week. Hope you take the time and read them yourself.

Obama’s Permanent Spending Binge

Is the Era of Goldman’s Exceptionalism Over?

Lets Put to Bed the “America is Bankrupt” Myth

How Apple Blocks Competition?

How Health-Care Reform Punishes Work

The Madoff Masquerade

China’s Facebook Coming to the NYSE

When Oil Doubles, the Recession Follows

Five “Below Book” Stocks on the Rebound

The 100 Rules of Being an Entrepreneur

Buffet on the Spot

Google to Start Creating Games?

Yahoo Back For Sale

America’s Ever Expanding Welfare Empire

How Twitter Became Twitter?

Outlook on U.S. Treasuries

The Sharing Economy

The Dollar, Less Almighty

Jamie Dimon’s Thoughs on if the U.S. were to Default, and it’s not Pretty

Obama said it’s only fair to raise taxes on the rich, and he’s wrong!

Resources are no Longer Abundant

China as #1? Give U.S. a Break

Football’s Future if the Players Win

Does Limiting the Government Really Condemn Children to Starvation?

Why Isn’t China Democratizing? Because it’s not Capitalistic

2008 Crash Deja Vu

Stop Bullshitting Yourself

The Business Analysis of Girls Scout Cookies

Ten Sports Franchises that Filed for Bankruptcy

10 Things You Need to Know if You Were Hired Today

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