WASHINGTON - One is hard-pressed to top silliness this political season but a strong contender would be recent speculation about Mitt Romney's likely running mate and the benighted "boring white guy (BWG).
The following editorial appears on Bloomberg View:
The United States this year is set to have the worst outbreak of whooping cough since the 1970s. Already, from January to mid-July, there have been 17,000 registered cases and nine deaths.
“This is going to be great! We’re going to the movies and getting pizza,” said a second grade child as he left with 50 other children in kindergarten through eighth grade who participate in the Fun ‘N’ Friends/Senior Leaders program at Washington Educational Services Building (WESB) to go ...
Priorities USA Action, a super PAC supporting President Obama, released a much-discussed ad that implies Bain Capital is to blame for the death of the wife of a laid-off steelworker. I think the ad goes too far, given that Joe Soptic’s wife died five years after Bain closed his plant and that she had - though later lost - her own health insurance — for a time — after he lost his job.
By Mark D. Cummins
President & CEO of the Minnesota
Credit Union Network
I am writing in response to a letter you received from the Minnesota Bankers Association that questioned the validity of credit unions' tax exempt status. Within the letter, Mr.