Wednesday, March 9, 2011
In Economic Woes 03-09
NADA says $4.50 gas is tipping point in U.S. (well, duh!) Bah, right now $3.47 is my tipping point.
For a nation already feeling the pinch, a stark double warning: Food and fuel bills to rocket
There’s No State Pension Crisis After All!
Welfare State: Handouts Make Up One-Third of U.S. Wages
State and local workers: Gone but not off the books
Scott Says Florida Costs Must Shrink to Cut Deficit, Create Jobs
Underwater mortgages rise as home prices fall. Underwater mortgages rise as home prices hit post-bust lows in 11 of 20 major US cities
Barbour: Obama's Policies "Have Been Designed To Drive Up" Gas Prices
California No Longer ‘A Magnet’ as Growth Slows, Census Shows
Saudis, Soros and Other Billionaires We Finance
Social Security Already Is Redistributionist
Our Man-Made Energy Crisis There's plenty of oil and no fundamental reason to expect prices of $200 per barrel. But that doesn't excuse the administration's punitive approach toward the industry.
Anger brews over government workers' benefits
Washington Needs A Balanced Budget Amendment
Government Motors, Part III: GM’s Incentive Spending
Recession Pushed State and Local Higher-Ed Spending to 25-Year Low in 2010
Don't Be Fooled By Jobs Increase