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In this issue:  Paul Ryan's budget plan, best places for
business, and humanitarian intervention.

BusinessWeek says Paul Ryan's plan would privatize Medicare,
cut taxes, and cap social spending.
Motley Fool says if dig into the details of Rep. Paul Ryan's
proposal, you'll realize that it's an exercise in rosy-eyed
forecasting, and what can only be described as a blind faith
in fairytales.

AskMen surveys the best places to start a business in 2011.
 In the wake of the financial crisis, the economic geography
of the U.S. is evolving.  Some cities have had to reinvent
themselves to survive, while others have seized the
opportunity to establish themselves in new fields based on
decades-long revitalizations.

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In the political carnival that is post-Mubarak Egypt, the
Salafists are just one of several groups with questionable
backgrounds and murky ambitions that aspire to shape Egypt's
future, according to Time Europe.

---Humantarian Intervention---
When all is said and done, justified cases of humanitarian
intervention will remain rare, but Time Europe says the
arguments over the doctrine will continue endlessly.  Death
and taxes, indeed.
Time Europe points out that it was the Economic Community of
West African States that on March 24 first called on the
U.N. to "use all means necessary to protect life and
property" in Ivory Coast, and it was the Arab League that
asked for a no-fly zone over Libya on March 12.

When a high-impact private organization melts down -- be it
bank, automaker, or nuclear plant -- when is a government
takeover appropriate?  HBS Working Knowledge ponders whether
government is part of the solution or part of the problem.