Monday, October 4, 2010
In Economic Woes 10-04
California Welfare Recipients Reportedly Spent Millions in Vegas, Tourist Hotspots
Suspension of AB 32 Would Add 150,000 Jobs in California in 2011 and More than 500,000 in 2012, According to New Study
Disincentive to Produce
Who's Really to Blame for Monster Deficits?
The other tax increases
Manufacturing tanks in August
Justice Department Sues AmEx, Settles With Visa, Master Card
Glimpse of our (greener?) future - Business begs for more time to comply with new green tax. Businesses are pleading for more time to prepare for a new green tax after it emerged that the deadline is sooner than expected and costs could reach £500,000 over the next five years
Rendell: Dems were 'too scared' to hold tax cut vote before campaign recess
Obama's Definition of Rich is Wrong
More Countries Adopt China’s Tactics on Currency
Democrat Introduces Legislation to End Right-to-Work States
Can I Have A Receipt with That? AND Re: Can I Have a Receipt with That?
Tax competitiveness is key to California recovery It's probably the "key" for most states' recovery.
Lawmakers face daunting tax agenda when they return for lame-duck session
An ironic twist in fiscal policy
3D Fiscal House of Horrors Equally Scary in 2D!
Congress added more than $1.4T in debt in fiscal year 2010
Bad News For Democrats: The Last Jobs Report Before Election Will Show Unemployment Rising
Japan's trade ministry seeks $1b investment to drill for controversial methane hydrates
Poll: Most still unwilling to spend
Obama Prefers Some Minority Businesses and Punishes Others
The Trade and Tax Doomsday Clocks
Unemployment in U.S. Probably Rose as Recovery Can't Generate Enough Jobs
How To Tax The Millionaires And Billionaires Away
Social Security Is an Example of Government Rigor Mortis
Other than the dangers of having a bunch of unemployed lawyers running loose, it this really a bad thing for the economy? A fourth of Big Law is about to disappear
California, There It Went
Goldman Sachs and the Shorebank Bailout: Exclusive Excerpt from Bought and Paid For.
Apparently wind isn't a good investment - Chris Huhne worried on wind investment. Energy secretary Chris Huhne has admitted he is concerned about the financing of major wind farms, as the UK aims to get a third of its energy from renewables.