Plenty of people are getting worked up over the idea of local, state, and even national governments considering taxing soda to make up for budget deficits. If Americans are comfortable with taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, why don't they want them on sugary soft drinks?
New tax targets traders like Santelli and friends from the Chicago Tea Party.
The future of local reporting is going to look like the Wall Street Journal.
Americans haven't rediscovered thrift in the recession. They never had it.
How much crime should we expect the financial crisis to create?