Monthly Archives: October 2013

The crooked way, creative narcissists make a living

Philip Roth (Portnoy’s Complaint) and others should probably be grateful to their parents for pushing the guilt-button so hard on them that as grown-ups, they had no other chance to manage their narcissistic stress than to successfully write about it. Continue reading

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Obamacare may not be the main problem, but the lack of structural reform is

The government shutdown in the US is less inspired by the aversion against Obamacare than by the fact that no meaningful structural reform in the US entitlement system has so far been undertaken. Continue reading

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