Written by Daniel Greenfield - SultanKnish.blogspot.com
Obama may be losing the War on Terror, but his War on the Economy is headed full speed ahead. The joblessness, the unemployment rolls and an economic in which the only people still making money are in the government, in public sector unions or on Wall Street is no accident. It was the intended ...
Written by TheDailyBell.com
The scary real U.S. government debt ... Boston University economist Laurence Kotlikoff says U.S. government debt is not $13.5-trillion (U.S.), which is 60 percent of current gross domestic product, as global investors and American taxpayers think, but rather 14-fold higher: $200-trillion – 840 per ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly - EagleForum.org
All sides admit that jobs are the number-one issue in 2010, but only three weeks before the crucial make-or-break congressional election on November 2, Obama casually admitted that his claim last year that his Stimulus spending bill would create 3.5 million "shovel-ready jobs" was not true.
Written by The Daily Bell with Ron Holland
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Lawrence White (below).
Written by Pieter Schoonheim
The sudden and systemic collapse from every market booming to the Al Goresque hockey stick fall off into a precipice in the single month of December 2007 precipitated the Bush Recession.
It followed immediately after the stealth imposition of a directive from the foreign entity, the Bank of ...
Written by Pieter Schoonheim Samara
Critical to understand that American Capitalism did not fail. How and why it was caused to fail by a single stealth regulatory change November 9, 2007
Written by Gerald Prante and Mark Robyn
Written by Ian Fletcher
The House Ways and Means Committee has just approved a billthat would attempt, albeit modestly, to crack down on Chinese currency manipulation, a key cause of America’s trade deficit. The Ryan-Murphy currency bill (HR 2378) would allow the Commerce Department to treat currency manipulation as ...
Written by Ian Fletcher
One of the most inexcusable things about America’s ongoing economic decline by means of free trade is how clear the historical portents are. For example, we are today treading the same path trodden by a nation that Americans know reasonably well: Great Britain. It is easy to forget that ...