Tuesday, May 10, 2011

In Economic Woes 05-10

Never did get a job from a poor man.

Us vs. Them: The Idle Rich vs. the Working Rich. Compared to 100 years ago, we are all fabulously rich. And we owe it all to the working rich who created it.

Multinationals Dump U.S. Workers for Foreign Labor

Welcome to the McJobs Recovery

Yes, the U.S. Corporate Tax Rate Is High

The U.S. needs an overhaul of the corporate tax system, not a temporary tax break

Home Market Takes a Tumble Turnaround More Distant After 3% Drop, Steepest Quarterly Decline Since 2008

So Many Regulations, So Little Time: The View from the CFTC

China and US Economies Are Sliding Into Stagflation

How the $8,000 Tax Credit Cost Home Buyers $15,000

U.S. ‘Underwater’ Homeowners Increase to 28 Percent, Zillow Says

Entitlement Spending Must Be Cut, warns Harvard Professor

Thoughts on a Surreal Depression

Did Unemployment Really Increase In April?

Beyond the Debt Limit, Saving the American Dream

The CAP Act. The fiscal straitjacket America needs to rein in spending

Budget chief wants 50-50 split between spending cuts, tax hikes

How to cut spending: Scalpel or machete?

U.S. Postal Service reports $2.2 billion loss

Democrats Announce New Assault On Small Business

How Long Will the Tax Break on Municipal Bonds Last

Ugly: Economy Grew At Just 1.8% In First Quarter Of 2011

What’s so radical about Boehner’s debt ceiling approach?

Phony 'Safety' Fears Cripple U.S. Oil

One Route for House Energy Bill in the Senate

Three ways to play the next commodities bubble. Gold, silver and other commodities are heading higher

Sears researching possible move from Illinois

Flooding of Southern Farms Poised to Wreak Havoc on Economy

Toomey Unveils Budget

Pay-As-You-Go for Debt-Ceiling Increases

'Social justice' in contracts costs S.F. millions

Neither did the US one - Surprise! Greek Bailout Didn't Work AND The New Cradle of Debt-ocracy

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