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A new boss at the helm of Exxon Mobil

A new boss at the helm of Exxon Mobil
Written by Casey Fowler on 2017-02-08


With Exxon Mobil’s former chief executive now Trump’s Secretary of State, what challenges will face the new man in charge of the world's largest private oil company? India’s annual economic survey includes an idea for a Universal Basic Income (UBI). What could a UBI mean for India’s poor? And a Harvard economist examines the pay gap afflicting women in employment.This is from Jan 31st 2017,...(Read More)

Donald Trump taps Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court

Donald Trump taps Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court
Written by Casey Fowler on 2017-02-01


ON JANUARY 31st, in a live, prime-time television broadcast, Donald Trump announced that Neil Gorsuch was his choice to replace Antonin Scalia, the conservative Supreme Court justice who died nearly a year ago. Mr Trump said his pick has "outstanding legal skills...tremendous discipline and bipartisan support". Indeed, when Mr Gorsuch, who is 49, was nominated to the Colorado-based Tenth Circuit...(Read More)

A watchdog sues Donald Trump over foreign payments to his companies

A watchdog sues Donald Trump over foreign payments to his companies
Written by Casey Fowler on 2017-01-24


UNLIKE his predecessor, Donald Trump did not teach constitutional law before becoming president. Yet owing to some of his positions on individual rights, Mr Trump’s ascension to the presidency promises new opportunities for Americans to become more familiar with their founding document. A lawsuit filed on January 23rd in a federal district court in New York may add a rather obscure constitutional...(Read More)

Why James Mattis is a popular choice for defence secretary

Why James Mattis is a popular choice for defence secretary
Written by Casey Fowler on 2017-01-17


JAMES MATTIS, Donald Trump’s choice for secretary of defence, has held many titles in his long career in the American military. He has commanded front-line troops in Afghanistan, run a major NATO command, and overseen all American military personnel in the Middle East. But there is a new role that many appear eager to cast him in: saviour of American foreign policy in the Trump era. This sentiment...(Read More)

Donald Trump and weed

Donald Trump and weed
Written by Casey Fowler on 2017-01-10


THERE are still a few quirks at The Farm, a cannabis shop in Boulder, Colorado, that recall the back-alleys from which its industry sprang. It only accepts cash, because banks and other credit card providers are forbidden by federal law to accept drug money. Its cannabis products, including dope suppositories and intimate oils, as well as Sacred Dirty Chai truffles and a vast array of weed strains...(Read More)

How to lose votes and irritate people

How to lose votes and irritate people
Written by Casey Fowler on 2017-01-03


SLYLY and without warning, on January 2nd Republican congressmen announced as their first major initiative of the new year a scheme so crassly self-interested as to suggest they had learned nothing from the old one. Denizens of a reviled institution, and a party railroaded by Donald Trump’s populist insurgency, the Republicans planned to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE): an independent...(Read More)

Virginia’s governor race could be a referendum on Donald Trump’s politics

Virginia’s governor race could be a referendum on Donald Trump’s politics
Written by Casey Fowler on 2016-12-27


VIRGINIA, the one state in the old confederacy carried by Hillary Clinton in 2016, chooses a new governor next year. Ditto New Jersey, another blue state, where the departing Republican governor, Chris Christie, is an on-again, off-again—but these days, mostly off-again—adviser to Donald Trump, the president-elect.Virginia and New Jersey are the only states to pick governors in the year...(Read More)

Donald Trump picks a hardliner as ambassador to Israel

Donald Trump picks a hardliner as ambassador to Israel
Written by Casey Fowler on 2016-12-20


FOR a new American president to pick an ambassador with no experience in trade, cultural or any other form of diplomacy is not particularly remarkable. These appointments tend to be rewards for loyalty, friendship and financial backing during the campaign. What is most unusual, however, is to appoint someone who is pronouncedly undiplomatic and espouses extremist views on the politics of the...(Read More)

Donald Trump chooses Rex Tillerson as secretary of state

Donald Trump chooses Rex Tillerson as secretary of state
Written by Casey Fowler on 2016-12-13


“A DIPLOMAT that happens to be able to drill oil.” That is how Reince Priebus, Donald Trump’s incoming chief of staff, described Rex Tillerson, the boss of ExxonMobil, who was nominated this week as America’s secretary of state. In fact, Mr Tillerson, 64, is an oil driller through and through, has spent 41 years furthering the ambitions of one of the world’s largest private companies,...(Read More)





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