Tuesday, February 15, 2011
In Economic Woes 02-15
Obama Budget Doubles National Debt to $26.3 Trillion in 10 Years
The cynical and unrealistic White House budget. Basically, this budget isn't about helping America or Americans but about forcing fiscal conservatives (both democrat and republican) to make the hard decisions so when the howls of fiscal pain rise, Obama can claim he had nothing to do with it. Stinkin' sack of selfish ... In short, Obama is playing politics with both our national fiscal survival and our personal finances for his own personal ego.
Why We Should Reform Entitlement Programs Now
It's a Punt
The President’s budget: whistling past the graveyard
Consumer prices on most goods expected to rise in 2011
Companies Warn That Higher Prices Are Looming
Roubini’s Next Crisis Is Scary Food for Thought
Surging Food Prices Increasing Poverty
Obama is on a regulatory roll: Can Congress stop him?
Licensing Gone Wild: Government Bureaucrats Shut Down 82-Year-Old Barber
Top 5 silliest state tax hikes
Obama's sea of red. Another free-spending budget
The Obama Budget’s Magic Asterisks
Why the Unemployment Rate Has Become a Bad Joke
What Could You Do With $3.73 Trillion?
This Is An Incredible Bear-Market Rally
Wis. town reflects challenge for middle-class rebound
Opinion: Just How Deep Are Those Spending Cuts?
The War on Profit
Big Role for Tax Increases Fuels Criticism From Business Groups
This Is No Way to Win the Future
They all do - Kansas Liquor Laws Need Modernization
If Barney Frank hates it, then it had got to be good - Frank, Dems blast GOP, say cuts will impair Wall Street regulators
China Dumps More US Bonds, UK, Japan Buy More
The 800 Pound Debt Gorilla Looms Larger With President Obama’s Budget
Poll: Americans Unconvinced Economy on Rebound
Obama’s Fake Budget Spending Cuts
The True Cost of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Governorship
Hayek’s Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts in a Recession
China should enjoy its triumph while it lasts. For China finally to have overtaken Japan as the world's second largest economy is a moment more important for its symbolism than its underlying significance.
UK Inflation Surges to 4%, Highest Since Nov. 2008