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Taxing America | BBC

December 21, 2012

Owen Bennett-Jones takes a booth in a diner in New York City to address these questions with three expert commentators - tax historian Professor Joseph Thorndike, Dow Jones economics writer Kathleen Madigan and Michael Lind of the New America ...

Don't Look For A Texas Debate On Gun Limits | San Antonio Express

December 15, 2012

They're here to stay, because they're deeply ingrained in the Texas character, says Michael Lind, a native Texan and a fellow at the Washington-based New America Foundation. He suggests that the power of the gun culture lies in the state's rural ...

Glad Tidings | The Spectator (U.K.)

December 13, 2012

Governments across the world appear stuck in what Michael Lind, on page 30, describes as an era of 'turboparalysis' — all motion, no progress. But outside government, progress has been nothing short of spectacular. Take global poverty. In 1990, the UN ...

Sierra Club Wants Coal Out Of PSE's Stocking | KUOW NPR

November 29, 2012

Also this hour: Should Congress and the President use the approaching fiscal cliff to reach a "grand bargain" and reform Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security? We talk with State Senator Steve Hobbs (D-Lake Stevens) and Michael Lind of the New America ...

Fiscal Cliff a Minefield For U.S. Political Parties | Regina Leader-Post

November 29, 2012

"Economist Michael Lind, a policy director with the liberal New American Foundation, said social security "has not contributed at all to the present crisis. It's two wars, a recession and tax cuts of which a disproportion benefited ...

Off The Rails: How The Party Of Lincoln Became The Party Of Plutocrats | City Watch

November 27, 2012

Not only did he spring from the ranks of the plebeian, not the preps, but—as Michael Lind points out in What Lincoln Believed —he aimed to both increase opportunity and expand national power. A corporate attorney, he backed railroad interests and ...

Off The Rails: How The Party Of Lincoln Became The Party Of Plutocrats | The Daily Beast

November 22, 2012

Not only did he spring from the ranks of the plebeian, not the preps, but—as Michael Lind points out in What Lincoln Believed—he aimed to both increase opportunity and expand national power. A corporate attorney, he backed railroad interests and ...

Informer: U.S. Post Offices Used To Offer Banking Services | American Press

November 21, 2012

Michael Lind of the New America Foundation, a Washington, D.C., think tank, suggested in October 2008 — in the early days of the financial crisis — that the federal government revive the Postal Savings System. “A new system would help today's ...

Economists Look For Ways To Avoid The "Fiscal Cliff" | C-Span

November 13, 2012

The New America Foundation's Economic Growth Program and Economists for Peace & Security co-host a panel discussion on ways to avoid going over the "fiscal cliff," featuring financial experts and political thinkers ... Michael Lind of New America Foundation moderates the discussion. ...

“Fiscal Cliff” Concerns Intensify | The Epoch Times

November 13, 2012

“It involves making real changes to the financial structure of entitlement programs, and reforming our tax code to curb special-interest loopholes and deductions,” Boehner said, speaking on the fiscal cliff. For economist Michael Lind, co-founder of ...

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