US Politics & Policy
If the Forgotten Man had the imagination–or whatever–he wouldn’t have been forgotten in the first place.
Being US president is surprisingly hard, says US president; Dalio gave a TED talk about radical transparency; trade and technology duke it out at CUNY; fun with central bank Calvinball; the race to build the world’s first sex robot; other stuff.
Coal isn’t dead, and it might even get support from the Trump Administration’s policies. Unfortunately, that won’t provide much-needed help to the regions hit hardest by coal-mining job losses and the opioid epidemic.
Gary Cohn wants to put unhealthy food back on the retail financial services menu.
With all the usual caveats that attend such polls and surveys, let’s start with immigration. A Pew survey finds that American views of immigrants have improved throughout the Obama years, representing a complete reversal of what they were twenty years ago: