It’s safe to say that Ted Cruz shouldn’t be counting on an endorsement from former House Speaker John Boehner anytime soon. The longtime Ohio representative who left Congress in October of last year appeared at Stanford University on Wednesday and said that while he would support either billionaire frontrunner Donald Trump or his home state governor, John Kasich, if either of them won the Republican nomination, he would not cast a vote for the senator from Texas. Asked for his thoughts on Cruz, Boehner was unsparingly derisive.
John Boehner on Ted Cruz: ‘Lucifer in the Flesh’
Source: John Boehner on Ted Cruz: ‘Lucifer in the Flesh’ – Yahoo Finance
Room with a…screw! The Brooklyn housing market is so hot, a slick realtor is asking half a million dollars for a glorified tool shed in Gravesend. The faded yellow 1-bedroom “home”
Source: Glorified tool shed listed for ‘only’ $500K in Brooklyn | New York Post
In this week’s cover story, Triangle Business Journal set out to see how the largest public companies in North Carolina are run. We wanted to gauge whether some of them simply are more efficient than others, regardless of their industry. With some assistance from Greg Brown, who heads the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC-Chapel Hill, and help from our sister papers in Charlotte and Greensboro, we came up with a ranking that we call “North Carolina’s Best-Run Public Companies.”
Source: The Best-Run Public Companies in the Raleigh-Durham area – Triangle Business Journal
The bustling throngs that gathered for this year’s Million Man March were edified by fellowship and collective longing for change. Here are the stories of some of those who came.
Source: Fellowship, and a Cry for Justice – The bustling throngs that gathered for this year’s Million Man March, billed – The New York Times