April 3, 2019

The Democrats’ choice problem

Fifteen hopefuls (so far) are vying for the chance to face President Trump in 2020. If the field remains big for too long, though, it could benefit the same candidate who shook up the system in 2016. Full story.

December 24, 2018

The appeal of Cuba, post-thaw

Just a couple years ago, the frozen-in-time quality of Havana seemed poised for an abrupt thaw. “Hurry up and get to Havana,” the travel pros started squawking, before it becomes another Fort Lauderdale.” As it turns out, there’s still plenty of ice left in the box.

August 28, 2018

Come back to cash (before it’s too late)

We have ceded massive amounts of control to the big financial institutions in exchange for minor convenience on our march to credit card servitude. That’s why it makes sense — economic, practical, even moral — to use cash more.

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