Wednesday, February 17, 2010
In Economic Woes 02-17
Suburban homeless: Rising tide of women, families
The Geithner Effect on Taxpayer Attitudes
D'UH - Florida's McCollum: Cut Taxes Now to End Recession
Watch and vote on dueling GOP and Dem stimulus ads
Nightfall in America The Obama deficits portend a gloomy future.
Did the Stimulus Save Us?
Stimulus funds going to slashed programs
Rubio on the Stimulus's First Anniversary
Bulk of Stimulus Spending Yet to Come. Most Cash So Far Has Gone to Services, Government Jobs; Infrastructure Surge Unlikely to Put Big Dent in Unemployment
Nice job if you can count on it - Census workers who did no work were paid
Patrick Kennedy, whose late father left an estimated estate of $50 million, eligible for $47,000 annual congressional pension
Personally, I have more faith in Rep. Ryan's Roadmap for America's Future than I do in this joker's opinion. Social Security is gonna fail. It is unsustainable. Private savings (and personal responsibility) is a much better road to travel than the one we are currently on. A Roadmap for killing Social Security
Agency may be public option of financial regulatory reform
The Dead-End Debt Commission
Tax-Funded Clowns in Connecticut
A Quincy Tale: Crony Capitalism in Local Government
Will Obama Do to America What Corzine Did to New Jersey?
Obama's cronies thrive at intersection of K and Wall
Today's Sovereign Debt Crisis
Washington experts disagree on whether Americans recognize long-term fiscal problem
Party Gridlock in Washington Feeds Fear of a Debt Crisis
Federal deficit at $430.69 billion through January
WHERE ARE THE JOBS? A look back at one year of so-called "stimulus" AND Stimulus, They Cried
Cutting spending in N.J. Garden State governor offers Obama an example of fiscal courage
U.S. risks crisis without fiscal action. Kansas City Fed chief calls for pre-emptive strike on tax, spending policy
Federal Jobs Look Too Good Not to Have Big Price
Pay-Go a No-Go on 'Jobs' Bill
White House Adviser Says Employment Stable
Speaker Pelosi bets the House on success of $787 billion stimulus I don't gamble and I REALLY resent other people gambling with my money.
Drowning in Debt: What the Nation's Budget Woes Mean for You. Economists Predict Cutbacks, Tax Increases That 'Aren't Even Imaginable'
Obama Defeats FDR (in Spending Other People's Money)
Admin. official: Obama to appoint deficit panel
The Demise of the European Welfare Nation
China Cuts Back on U.S. Treasury Bond Holding