Around the Web
- Paul Krugman looks at how Japanese economic policy limited the damage from their burst housing bubble.
- David Sirota exposes the neoliberal myth that education, and not economic policies that encourage outsourcing jobs overseas is to blame for our current woes.
- A federal judge in California has ruled that the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy doesn’t pass Constitutional muster.
- Andrew Sullivan has a post over at the Daily Dish from a reader describing the still-present grief over those lost to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s and 1990s. Also a reader response.
- Eugene Robinson at the Washington Post looks at the corrupt mess that is Hamid Karzai’s Afghanistan.
- The New York Times does some navel gazing regarding coverage of the Koran-burning pastor.
- The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein shows that an income of $250,000 is a lot in the most expensive of locales.
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