Tuesday, January 26, 2010
In Economic Woes 01-26
Oh Dear Lord NO! - Budget Deficit to Reach $1.35 Trillion for 2010
California’s Public Employee Pension Problem
Budget Office: The government's finances on ‘unsustainable path’
I'll believe it when I see it - Obama to seek freeze on part of budget
Re: Obama to Propose Three-Year Spending Freeze
CBO Baseline Shows Staggering Debt
$13 Trillion Deficits Coming, 100 Percent of GDP
Uncle Sam's Taken Out a Mortgage That You Are Going to Have to Pay
Senate Rejects Obama Deficit Commission
Experts see budget crisis hitting Pentagon spending down the road
McCain: President Must Reject Earmarks and Pork
Tim Geithner Says to Leave Your Money at Big Banks
The Budget Temperature Under President Obama
Coburn, Barrasso: Obama's Smoke and Mirrors
It's not just Illinois people!
News Flash: Entitlement Spending Grows Like Giant Cancer on U.S. Economy
Stimulus Wasted and Most Americans Know It
An Economic Time Bomb. Even if Congress does nothing, tax hikes will hit hard a year from now.
Fantastic. December home sales down nearly 17 percent
Missing The Mass Point
Jeffrey Sachs: O's Jumping From Stimulus To Freezing A "Dereliction Of Duty"
Broke? Blame The Government. The private financial system didn't cause the recession.
Pork Report, January 25, 2009: Viking Edition
The Pork Report, January 26, 2009: Atlantic City Edition
Chuck Norris is speaking - State of the Union Grade: F
Obama's Empty Cost-Containment Rhetoric: Should We Call Him Out on It?
Obama’s Phony Freeze
NY Fed Wanted National Security Exemption for AIG AND U.S. bailout watchdog probes NY Fed on AIG disclosure
Time to Bring the Federal Reserve to Heel
Despite court ruling, Congress can still limit campaign finance
Getting the TARP Tax Wrong. The tax is neither fair nor useful.
The Last Refuge of Big-Spending Politicians
Rap and Economics: Who Knew They Would Go Together So Well!
Must See TV. This is Awesome! "Fear the Boom and Bust" a Hayek vs. Keynes Rap Anthem
Cramer Rips Obama's 'Lurch Toward Populism'. 'Mad Money' host says president's 'anti-shareholder rampage' riskiest time for investors since Carter administration
Figures on government spending and debt