Friday, April 30, 2010

In Economic Woes 04-30

First Greece, now Spain; who could be next?

Americans Say Jobs Top Problem Now, Deficit in Future

Summers predicts perpetually high unemployment

A plague on all their houses
The economy in Britain and much of the world is in dire straits and it would not be an exaggeration to say we have entered a period of history that far from being a 'crisis of capitalism', historians looking back may well call it the 'crisis of regulatory statism'

Wanted: A Summit for American Entrepreneurs. The Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship at the White House this week focused on engaging the Muslim world. Why host another summit for American entrepreneurs here at home?

Worthwhile New Group Banrupting America and their video explaining the financial crisis.

For Wall Street, financial reform legislation takes a bad turn in Senate

IRS lacks clout to enforce mandatory health insurance

NTU Creates Map Showing the Economic Damage of Renewable Energy Standard

Shouldn't have trusted them, duh. A raw deal for Republicans on financial regulatory reform

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The U.S. Needs Real Financial Reform

Obama moves to put stamp on Federal Reserve

Jobs matter. Until unemployment drops recovery is a long way away

Big Brother loves 'financial reform' Intrusive Office of Financial Research threatens civil liberties

GDP growth drops to 3.2% in first quarter of 2010

Making Sense of Our Fiscal Mess

An Entrepreneur and the Minimum-Wage

High Wage Hurts Teens

Junk Science Has Consequences: Environmental Lobby Shows No Concern for California’s Financial Woes

Tax code a disaster in need of relief

Beware Of The Muni Bond Bubble: States And Cities Can Fail As Well

Republicans Aren't Caving On Finanical Reform, They're Leading Let's hope so.

If Americans Want to Rebuild the Economy, Ignore AFL-CIO’s Trumka

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