Moral Injury; Non-Traditional Taxes; The Myth of Spoiled Children

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General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting that occurred earlier in the day at Fort Hood Military Base on April 2, 2014

David Wood, senior military correspondent for the Huffington Post, discusses the concept of moral injury, and whether it may have played a role in the recent shooting at Fort Hood. Plus: an argument against the way Port Authority projects are funded; non-traditional tax questions; the myth of spoiled children; and Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon sums up the debate surrounding high frequency trading and Michael Lewis’ new book about the tactic.