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A Dividend Investment With a Christmas Bonus

If you've ever participated in a Christmas club savings account, then the Vanguard Consumer Staples ETF might be for you.

A Monthly Dividend Portfolio for Young or Old

Carefully selecting a dozen 'Dividend Aristocrats' can provide retirees and young investors with a reliable stream of monthly dividends.

Did Elizabeth Warren Miss the Point on Taxes?

One of TheStreet's readers responds to Elizabeth Warren's comments on America's 'underlying social contract.'

Why You Should Listen to Warren, Not Buffett

Elizabeth Warren could energize U.S. political debate more than a well-connected billionaire with questionable ethics.

Why Can't We Talk About All Our Wars?
Why Can't We Talk About All Our Wars?

09/14/11 - 10:05 AM EDT

It's time for Americans to take it upon themselves to disregard puffery and vote for integrity.

History Will Condemn the Fed's Actions
History Will Condemn the Fed's Actions

09/06/11 - 12:15 PM EDT

The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and we'll likely look back with scorn at the Federal Reserve's well-intentioned monetary policy.

How Obama Can Win My Vote Right Now
How Obama Can Win My Vote Right Now

09/01/11 - 09:57 AM EDT

Police officers across the country are defying the U.S. Constitution, unlawfully arresting citizens who record them. President Obama should bring this issue into the national spotlight.

Buffett Is Betting Against Eric Schneiderman

The ultimate success of Warren Buffett's investment in Bank of America is dependent on the New York attorney general.

Jon Stewart Recognizes Ron Paul's Existence

The outspoken comedian and host of The Daily Show questions why the media is ignoring Ron Paul.

Debt Deal: 198 Years' Worth of Spending
Debt Deal: 198 Years' Worth of Spending

08/01/11 - 05:38 PM EDT

It took the U.S. 198 years to rack up its first $2.4 trillion in debt -- the same amount the latest 'debt deal' will raise the debt ceiling.

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