Xavier Alvarez lied about his "Congressional Medal of Honor." We've made a federal case out of it. Published February 24 2012
Poets like Robert Browning shouldn't give economic advice. Economists shouldn't try to be poetic. Hear that, Mr. Bernanke? Published February 22 2012
We hear that we "must cut military spending" from left, right, and center. No -- and yes. It depends. Published February 17 2012
When FEMA gave away Katrina money, nobody checked anything. Now they want it back, and a Senator makes it worse. Published February 10 2012
Justice Ginsberg was asked if our Constitution would be a good model for a new Egypt. She said no. Published February 10 2012
President Obama has to figure out a solution for the bankers. No matter what wrong they do, they must not fail. Published February 1 2012
Tim Kern taught economics for fifteen years, and discovered that understanding life is easy; it’s recognizing reality that takes practice. He holds a music degree, and later earned an MBA in finance from Northwestern University. He has lived across ...Read More
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