Wednesday, March 23, 2011

In Economic Woes 03-23

Lower taxes and a strong dollar could spur growth once again.

Americans losing confidence in government debt

Collectivism and the GAO Report. Collectivism is accomplished behind the politician’s curtain, in the appendixes of contracts nobody reads, comprised of legalese nobody understands.

Government to Blame for Rising Gasoline and Food Prices

$461 million project will speed train trip to Raleigh by 13 minutes

Obama’s funny numbers

America’s secret entitlement program

Tax Foundation: No Country Leans on Upper-Income Households as Much as U.S. Does that make our taxation rates more "socialist" than other countries or simply stupider? (Or both?)

And Now House Prices Will Drop Another 20%

Inflation Threatens Economic Recovery. So does this administration.

Obama, General Electric, and Corporate Welfare

US Approaching Insolvency, Fix To Be 'Painful'

Uncle Sam shelling out big bucks for government jobs, GOP says time to cut

Carl's Jr. chewed up by California

The War on Saving

President Obama’s Crony Capitalism

Pension Funding Rules: How Far can They Stretch?

The Case Against Raising the Social Security Tax

Socialism (is) for dummies

Without serious welfare reform, America's debt will worsen and poor will suffer most

From The Detroit News:’s-time-to-curb-welfare-growth#ixzz1HSC3rhPA
Democrats' Fiscal Watchdog West Virginia's Joe Manchin goes nuclear on his own party's profligacy.

New Home Sales Dive to Record Low

Support for Reagan-Era Tax Bill Grows in Washington

Stimulus Disconnect: White House (Again) Calls it a Success, yet There are 7 Million Fewer Jobs for Americans

Why Housing Is Going Through a Double Dip

Dems Dither on Entitlements

Texas Federal Reserve Chair: At this rate "we will become insolvent, the question is when"

USDA funds more fruits and veggies for school kids

America's Accelerating Downward Spiral

Government Treats the Taxpayers Like a Piggy Bank

Economists Warn That Fears of Higher Inflation Spreading

Treasury shoots down Cantor's push for a corporate tax holiday

Insolvency Looms as States Drain U.S. Disability Fund

The 99ers: Addicted To Unemployment

Portugal braces for govt collapse over debt vote. Portugal braces for minority government's collapse as lawmakers ready for key debt vote

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