Sunday, September 26, 2010

Catching Up with the WSJ

A few interesting items from last week's Wall Street Journal:

"Tea party's raise gives business pleasure," by Brody Mullins and Naftali Bendavid (9/17). The gist of this is that business leaders are worried that tea party candidates, if elected, will not view tax breaks and other government policies that benefit business with a friendly eye.

"Longing to crash the Tea Party," by Michael M. Phillips (9/18) discusses the interaction of social and fiscal conversatism, referencing the Values Voter Summit.

Center Rock, Inc. of Berlin, PA, is providing the drilling bit technology for the efforts to rescue Chilean miners caught in a collapsed mine. For more details see "Foot-wide shaft reaches miners," by Matt Moffett (9/18)

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