Now this is a campaign [3] that Netsmith can get behind. Let's award the Nobel Peace Prize to WalMart (perhaps jointly with Tesco's?). They've done more to increase human wealth and happiness than most, after all....

A contentious statement: it's a howling error [4] to say that people must be paid what they're worth. (Contentious but true.) 

Although it is of course a grievous error [5] to pay people more than they are worth. 

Unfortunately this method [6] of beating the smoking ban isn't available in England, inventive though it is.  

We like the new economics foundation [7], no, really, we do. A glorious example of how not to do things.

A book recommendation from a trusted source. A "wicked post-communist satire [8]".

And finally [9], if you're going to use gears in your promotional material, it might be worth using a graphic designer who knows how gears work.