In 1961, Jacqueline Kennedy began the tradition of selecting a theme for the official White House Christmas tree. John F. Kennedy, meanwhile, started something else during that holiday season: On Dec. 14, he established the President's Commission on the Status of Women.
That's welcome news to the jobs-starved economy. I say it's a natural progression of a truly ubiquitous business process. Social media started as a fad, then became a trend, and is now becoming fully integrated in the fabric of how we do business.
No other country in the developed world allows insurance companies to control its health care system like the U.S. does, and the fact that we do is one big reason why America spends so much more on health care than anyone else on the planet.
Management consultants have now been, in effect, tasked with setting the future of the world's rainforests -- and they are facing accusations that they are using our money to draw up plans that will result in their more rapid destruction.
It seems when it comes to discussing health care, Sen. Johnson and Mr. Holtz-Eakin are taking a page from the conservative playbook: Cite a misleading and inaccurate study, share it far and wide in the media, and try to scare the American people.