January 23, 2011 Headlines: Positive Jobs Trends, China's Pollution, Making iPhones, and More
Time: How permanent is the recent positive trend for manufacturing jobs?
NYT: What it would take to make the iPhone in America.
Yglesias: Why don’t we let the workers come here to build iPhones?
Politico: The House GOP wants to present a united front on Jobs in 2012. Will it be followed with serious action?
WSJ: China looks to expand their blue water naval capacity.
EE: Why Mitt Romney isn’t a Rockefeller, Carnegie, or Vanderbilt.
WSJ: More (but small) positive signs for the economy.
The Hill: Previewing the State of the Union, tax reform will not feature prominently.
WSJ: Comparing the official Beijing pollution data to measurements at the U.S. Embassy.
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