Written by Vasko Kohlmayer - FrontPageMag.com
"The higher jobless rate could be the new normal" reads the headline of a recent AP report. Further down we read:
"Even with an economic revival, many U.S. jobs lost during the recession may be gone forever and a weak employment market could linger for years."
Written by Claude Cartaginese - NewsReelBlog.com - FrontPageMag.com
Before President Barack Obamaleft for China to meet with his bankers, he took a moment to announce that he has scheduled a major "unemployment summit," with CEOs, small business owners, economists, financial experts and representatives from labor unions and nonprofit groups "to talk about how we ...
Written by Alan Caruba
You will recall that, shortly before the end of the 2008 political campaign, the White House announced a threat to the entire financial system and called on Congress to enact emergency spending powers. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 was enacted on October 3, 2008.
Written by TheDailyBell
The editors of The Daily Bell are pleased to present an exclusive follow-up interview with high-powered financial observer and Thatcher-confidante, John Browne.
John Browne on the European Union, Germany's Startling Role and the how the Monetary Elite is Trying to Come to Grips with the Internet
Written by Congresswoman Michele Bachmann
Even as our nation's unemployment rate surpassed 10% -- exceeding even the worst case scenarios that the White House projected -- speaker Pelosi intends to bring to the floor her $1-trillion-plus health care reform proposal.
Written by Luigi Zingales
Republicans need to be pro-market, not pro-business.
(Grand Ol' Gang by Andy Thomas)
For 30 years, the Republican Party dominated American political life, winning five of the seven presidential elections before 2008. But the GOP has taken its lumps of late, culminating in its loss of Congress in ...
Written by David Mason
Abstract: In response to the recent financial crisis, the Obama Administration and the Federal Reserve Board are capping executive salaries and bonuses, and imposing a host of new regulations and mandates--all in the name of reducing risk. If the rule of unintended consequences applies anywhere, it ...
Written by Matt McCaffrey
[Can Capitalism Survive? Creative Destruction and the Global Economy â€¢ By Joseph Schumpeter â€¢ New York, Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2009 â€¢ 208 pages]
Written by Roy Beck - NumbersUSA.com
Sen. Durbin (D-Ill.) last night [10/26/2009] and today [10/27/2009] is once again using his leadership position to make false claims about E-Verify's reliability and to project the absolutely foolish notion that unemployment and immigration have no relationship.