The Atlantic's sister publication, National Journal, relaunches today -- same great taste, even more filling. The print magazine looks sharp, and the website seems very 21st century, which is the century we currently occupy, so this is a good thing. The guys in charge of the re-engineering -- Justin Smith, Ron Fournier, Ron Brownstein, and various other people also named Ron -- have done an excellent job juicing the magazine's metabolism. So take a look.
The US is particularly miserable at putting aside money for the future. Should we blame our paychecks or our psychology?