Just another example of government incompetence and false assumptions.
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China and Japan continue to invest their surpluses in US government debt. Where else would they go?
More proof of the dangers of straight line thinking in a curvilinear world.
“Much ado about nothing,” according to Shakespeare. Ditto, says Kass.
This is a preview of 24/7 Wall St.’s ranking of all 50 states. Come back tonight after 7PM when I’ll have published a more complete analysis of their findings from a conservative political and economic perspective.
It’s payback time. You can’t fool mother nature, or economic reality, forever.
Unions triumph. And put 18,000 people out of work to prove their point.
Mario Draghi. Who? According to Matthew Lynn, writing at MarketWatch.com, “measured by what [he] can actually do, the most powerful person will soon be the president of the European Central Bank, the Italian banker Mario Draghi.” He explains: In the last few weeks, we have seen an extraordinary expansion of the European Central Bank’s powers. It can [...]
The government is spending itself into bankruptcy by trying to be all things to all people, using other peoples’ money. Until the money runs out, that is…
Have you ever wondered how much we as taxpayers actually owe because of commitments politicians have made on our behalf? Turns out, the answer is not as simple as you might think. John C. Goodman has discovered how hard it is to make sense of the (often) nonsense parading as government statistics, especially concerning who owes [...]