from The Great Debate:

Obama’s Plan: One Nation, Under Government

By Keith Koffler
July 25, 2013

You’ve probably read that the series of speeches President Barack Obama started giving Wednesday are a “pivot” to the economy designed to rev things up. Well, they’re not. Obama’s speeches will be no less than the manifesto of a leftist president who plans to spend his remaining time in office installing as much of his big government “project” as possible by whatever means he can get away with.

from India Insight:

Will Nitin Gadkari make a difference?

December 21, 2009

INDIA ELECTIONSNitin Gadkari has taken over as BJP President. At 52, he is the youngest BJP chief so far.

from India Insight:

Does India want its ‘Metro man’ to resign?

July 13, 2009

If the early comments on the Great Debate are anything to go by, it seems there is still a lot of goodwill towards Elattuvalapil Sreedharan.

from The Great Debate:

Blunting Obama’s tax cuts

June 10, 2009

Christopher Swann-- Christopher Swann is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own --

Obama's tax cuts were meant to be the first strike force of the stimulus package. The main selling point -- other than political popularity -- was speed.

from Summit Notebook:

AUDIO – Wait a minute, we have to pay for all this stuff?

May 7, 2009

Unfortunately, we do.

All the infrastructure projects in the world sound great! They look awesome on paper, they'll make people's lives better and they'll let us go visit our friends and families in about half the time it used to take.

from Summit Notebook:

AUDIO – Everything has a cost

May 6, 2009

There's no such thing as a free lunch.

Or bridge. Or turnpike.

Every project we're talking about at Reuters first-ever Reuters Infrastructure Summit has an enormous cost -- sometimes in the hundreds of billions of dollars. And governments are looking for ways to pay for it all.