The current credit and equity crisis is bad, but it has been made worse because too many people unwisely buy high and sell low.
Chip raises the question of whether we should even continue to have vice presidential debates, given their track record.
William LeoGrande, Dean of the School of Public Affairs at American University, discusses Cuba
What if we’re all wrong? Humans seem programmed to believe that commonly held beliefs are actually facts, especially when it comes to science and religion.
Mike Petrilli, Thomas B. Fordham Institute, discusses education policy, including the impact of No Child Left Behind on high-achieving students
June 23, 2008 – One hundred forty years ago today, an invention was patented that few of us could live without, even if we might want to. Despite significant advances in technology over the past century and a half, most of us experience the work of Christopher Latham Sholes every workday.
Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, President Emeritus of George Washington University, discusses higher education and his recent book “Big Man on Campus”
Republican pollster David Winston, President of the Winston Group, discussed the upcoming elections.
Rohit Bhargava discusses his new book “Personality Not Included: Why Companies Lose Their Authenticity — And How Great Brands Get It Back.”
Kara Swisher of the Wall Street Journal discusses Jerry Yang’s future at Yahoo — and her ideas for potential successors should he decide to step down.