Tuesday, February 8, 2011

In Economic Woes 02-08

Natural resources hold the key to economy, creating jobs

A License to Shampoo: Jobs Needing State Approval Rise

Voters oppose raising the $14.3T debt ceiling

Paul Ryan to lock in cap on discretionary spending

Job openings fall for second straight month

Chart: Owing more than home is worth

That 70’s Show: Why Do We Want to Relive the Oil Crisis?

Obama: Corporate Profits "Have To Be Shared By American Workers"

Obama wants jobless aid help for states

Obama Budget Proposes Broader Unemployment Taxes

AP: Taxes (as a Percentage of the Economy) Are Lowest in 60 Years
The article, however, omits the CBO's projection that, as the economy recovers, taxes (as a percentage of the economy) will surge to post-World War II highs (principally due to record individual income tax collections)

The SEC’s accounting problems

When States Go Bust

Why politics and investing don't mix

Four Reasons Why Big Government Is Bad Government

Florida Cities Need to Fix Pension ‘Leaky Roofs’

Reich: Market Correction a ‘Certainty’

Republicans call for swift action to weaken Fannie and Freddie

Soaring Oil Price Threatens U.S. Economy. As chaos spreads through the Arab world, here's one way we can protect ourselves.

Opposing view on deficit: Balance the budget now

Destructive economic myths. Supposed ‘truths’ are toppling America’s financial success

Republican Plan for Obama Regulations Revealed!

What Happens When You Ask a Bureaucrat About Government Spending?

Why I support regulatory pay-go

Data for First Quarter of Fiscal Year 2011

The top five Obama regulations that American businesses hate most

House GOP’s Spending Record: So Far, So Good

Foreclosures raise US economic stress

Obama asks business to get off 'sidelines,' invest $2T in economy

A big bet on big government; Al Gore, solar power, and corporate welfare

Conservative coalition seeking to defund unspent stimulus dollars

President’s Assault on Regulation Rings Hollow

Not a Pretty Debt Picture

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