Written by Rasmussen Reports
February 8, 2009
President Obama last Thursday night stated his belief in the need for urgent action on the economic recovery bill working its way through Congress. "If we do not move swiftly ... an economy that is already in crisis will be faced with catastrophe," he declared. ...
Written by Karen Campbell, Ph.D. and Guinevere Nell
February 3, 2009
by Karen Campbell, Ph.D. and Guinevere Nell
Although policymakers are currently discussing an $825 billion economic stimulus package, completely eliminating capital gains and dividend taxes would be a cheaper and more effective means of sparking ...
Written by CFIF
January 18, 2009
With world financial markets in turmoil, families on Main Street struggling to make ends meet and U.S. unemployment projected by some to exceed nine percent this year, one doesn't need to be a financial wiz to realize the economy needs a boost, and fast.
Written by Heritage
January 1, 2009
It has been quite a year for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). As the Los Angeles Times documents today, despite the fact 2008 was filled with SEIU corruption, intimidation, and violence, the largest union in North America still managed to spend $85 ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Written by Memri
November 22, 2008
"The Dollar Was Severed From Gold, And Became Subject To The Whims And Schemes Of The Zionist Lobby - Whose Goal Was, And Still Is, To Take Control Of The World's Gold... [and] To Enslave the Peoples" These are excerpts from an interview with Syrian economist Muhammad ...
Written by Scott Weber
Written by George Friedman
November 17, 2008
By George Friedman
The G-20 met last Saturday. Afterward, the group issued a meaningless statement and decided to meet again in March 2009, or perhaps later. Clearly, the urgency of October is gone. First, the perception of imminent collapse is past. Politicians ...
Written by Peter W. Wright
October 28, 2008
By Peter W. Wright
Most traditional news media is now devoted to the advancement of worldwide Marxism. Little, if any, light has been shone on Barack Obama's weaknesses and much has been made of inconsequential aspects of his opponents. Now traditional media is ...