Monday, May 16, 2011

In Economic Woes 05-16

Never Did Get A Job From A Poor Man

Why the Job Market Feels So Dismal The number of hires is the same today as it was when we were shedding jobs at record rates.

Americans' Economic Concerns Reach Two-Year High

Why New England is hard on business

All the "Debt Clocks" in one convenient and frightening site - here

Garbage In, Garbage Out: Truth, Freedom, and Falsehood in Economic Analysis and Policy Making

Americans Oppose Raising Debt Ceiling, 47% to 19%

Good Question - Who Owns Our Debt?

Geithner Predicts Double-Dip if Congress Fails to Lift Debt Ceiling

A Verdict on Obama's "Stimulus" Plan

As go jobs, so goes Ohio

Little Pain, Real Gains. California’s Republicans finally offer a (short-term) budget plan.

Spectre of stagflation reappears as the excesses of QE hit home

Should the Constitution be Amended to Address the Federal Deficit

Million-Dollar Wasteland: A trail of stalled or abandoned HUD projects

Politico Poll: 60% Say Country's Off Track

The Debt-Ceiling Debate Continues

Truth and pension ads Interestingly, right above this editorial, the Chicago Tribune runs a link for this article - U.S. dipping into pensions as it hits debt limit

The True Story of the Financial Crisis

The Feds, The Economy, Your State And Your School Board

The IMF is ushering America into bankruptcy

Longtime Tax Breaks May Get Booted by the Budget

A sword of Damocles for the debt ceiling

Maxed Out: U.S. Reaches Borrowing Limit

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