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Forbes: Daily Opinions. Note To 'Newsweek': Jesus Sells. May 12th, 2010

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Latest Stories Note To 'Newsweek': Jesus Sells Trevor Butterworth How the flailing publication can benefit from a divine approach. More by Trevor Butterworth Meet Britain's New Prime Minister Quentin Letts David Cameron has all the makings of a decent leader for difficult times. More by Quentin Letts Europe's Blame Game Marie-Josee Kravis After its decades-long spending binge, the E.U. has no one to blame but itself. More by Marie-Josee Kravis Another Too Big To Fail Firm Lee E. Ohanian A United and Continental merger would provide relatively few benefits to the broader economy. More by Lee E. Ohanian The E.U.'s Aggressive Bailout Plan Jagadeesh Gokhale Is it an experiment in levitation? More by Jagadeesh Gokhale The Real Problem With Renewables Robert Bryce Hint: It's physics. More by Robert Bryce Don't Dismiss Elena Kagan Ilya Somin She may be a judicial liberal, but she respects alternative persp

Forbes: Daily Opinions.-All The News That's Fit To Buy. May 6th, 2010

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Latest Stories All The News That's Fit To Buy Gerry Storch Why papers should charge for online content. More by Gerry Storch Other Comments Steve Forbes Often comments made by others stimulate, irritate, abuse or amuse this editor's mind. More by Steve Forbes Fact And Comment Steve Forbes What's the answer to the Greek crisis? More by Steve Forbes Patti Smith's Advice For Writers Raquel Laneri The punk rocker, poet and memoirist says to write one line every day and buy a nice pen. More by Raquel Laneri Arizona's Law: Anti-Immigrant And Anti-Constitutional Shikha Dalmia Arizona's harsh law not only opens up Hispanics to harassment, it also illegitimately usurps a federal government function. More by Shikha Dalmia Better Economy May Not Be Enough For Democrats John Zogby It will be difficult to change sour public mood by November. More by John Zogby Don't Look Down on Mystery Novels Jessica Case Thursda

Forbes: Daily Opinions, Greece in the American Machine, March 25th 2010

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Latest Stories No Greece In The American Machine Nouriel Roubini, Christian Menegatti and Arpitha Bykere Likening E.U. member debt to U.S. state debt is misguided. More by Nouriel Roubini, Christian Menegatti and Arpitha Bykere Score One For The Democrats John Zogby The health care bill has passed, and Republicans need to accept it. More by John Zogby A Day At The Races Quentin Letts Horses, hunting and rebellion in England. More by Quentin Letts Other Comments Steve Forbes Often comments made by others stimulate, irritate, abuse or amuse this editor's mind. More by Steve Forbes Fact And Comment Steve Forbes Today's neosocialists are smarter than their ancestors. Be afraid. More by Steve Forbes The Tainted Transaction Tax Duncan Niederauer It will destabilize financial markets and increase fees for investors. More by Duncan Niederauer Health Care Reform's Ill Effects Scott A. Beaulier and William S. Mounts Diagnosing the impact on

Forbes: Daily Opinions, March 24th, 2010

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Latest Stories China Kowtows To Nobody, Especially Google Gady Epstein Google acts alone while others kowtow to China. More by Gady Epstein Up From The Ashes Dean Baker Matthew Bishop and Michael Green's "The Road From Ruin." More by Dean Baker Resisting ObamaCare, Gandhi Style Shikha Dalmia Americans will lose control over basic decisions if this law stands. More by Shikha Dalmia Finance For The People Thomas F. Cooley and Ingo Walter Getting regulatory reform right. More by Thomas F. Cooley and Ingo Walter Finance For The People Thomas F. Cooley and Ingo Walter Getting regulatory reform right. More by Thomas F. Cooley and Ingo Walter The Race Between Technology And Journalism Trevor Butterworth Why the agile will inherit the media. More by Trevor Butterworth A Health Care Storm Is Coming Marc Siegel The reform bill will make doctors' jobs even harder. More by Marc Siegel The Jailing Of Oswaldo Alvarez Paz Roger Noriega

Forbes: Daily Opinions, March23rd,2010

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Latest Stories The Not-So-Lucky Country Joel Kotkin Like Obama, Australia's prime minister is more concerned with pleasing the academic elite than the middle classes. More by Joel Kotkin Basketball And Health Care Brian S. Wesbury and Robert Stein The NCAA tournament will end well and the U.S. economy will keep gaining. More by Brian S. Wesbury and Robert Stein The Communitarian Curse Richard A. Epstein The dangerous rhetoric of British academic Phillip Blond. More by Richard A. Epstein Picture This Tom Post A new memoir from Jules Feiffer is a reminder of how few talents there are who can both write and draw. More by Tom Post A More United Europe Steven Hill The Greek debt crisis could be the best thing that has happened to the E.U. More by Steven Hill Literary Style: Out Of Print Clothing Hannah Elliott Out of Print clothing celebrates the world's great stories through fashion. More by Hannah Elliott Nothing To Fear In Health Care Ref