Home >> Info On: debt (page 5)

The Latest News about debt

Barack Obama: The Anti-Keynesian?

New York Times columnist and economist Paul Krugman thinks Barack Obama is an “anti-Keynesian” when it comes to economic matters. video platform video management video solutions video player   PAUL KRUGMAN: Can I just say, on the Reagan thing, if public-sector employment had continued to expand the way it did during Reagan’s first term, instead of falling by about 600,000 ...

Read More »

Open Ceilings Rain Supreme

Is a ceiling a ceiling if you continue sealing another dealing of that ceiling? It is quite misleading and frankly steeling, yielding a revolting feeling. That a ceiling can’t be a ceiling if it’s concealing a faults dichotomy. Faults bottoms have rock limits, but “the sky is the limit” is no economy.

Read More »

What the obama Administration Has Taught America

Facebook Inc.’s $16 billion initial public offering has made Mark Zuckerberg the 29th richest carbon based life form on Earth. Facebook provides entertainment and a fun way to spend your leisure time. America should love Zuckerberg. Whatever happens, do not ever criticize him for not paying his fair share of taxes…he’s cool in the administration’s eyes and they’re down with ...

Read More »

Student Loan Debt: Much Ado About Nothing

It is starting to get quite embarrassing for the Obama administration.  They’re trailing Romney in the polls, they’ve lost the edge with women, and his 2013 budget went down in flames in the Senate today with a final vote tally of 99-0. In the words of Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, “there’s no education in the second kick of a mule.”Not ...

Read More »

Retirement Programs-Running on Empty

Government trustees report this week reveal that Social Security and Medicare will run out of money sooner than expected. Medicare is looking at a shortage beginning 2024 but Social Security for Disabled (SSI) will be out of funds just around the corner in 2016. All agree that by 2030 there will only be enough money to cover 75% of the ...

Read More »

First stop Greece, next stop Spain

The austerity express may have already left the station in Greece but the pain train bringing massive fiscal cutbacks arrived in even greater force in Spain this past week. Unsurprisingly, austerity is just about as popular in Spain as it was in Greece – inciting violence, riots and general strikes in Barcelona and other major Spanish cities last Thursday. Protests ...

Read More »

House Budget Proposal Votes Tell an Interesting Truth

On Wednesday, March 28th 2012, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on 3 different budget proposals, all that ended up with the same results of being shot down by huge numbers. One budget proposal went down in flames by an astounding vote of 0-414.  Rick Mulvaney (R-SC) proposed an alternative budget plan based on President Obama’s 2013 budget numbers and it went ...

Read More »

Obama Tilting At Windmills Again – With Money We Don't Have

 We are broke, have a huge national debt, running record deficits, and STILL President Barack Hussein Obama wants $770 million to combat “global warming.” That, in and of itself, would be bad enough, but he wants the money to counter global warming in the developing world. Obama and his administration continue to pursue its policy of using foreign aid funds ...

Read More »

Senate Socialists Bailout Buffoonery Continues

The United States Senate, led by Liberal Democrat Harry Reid, is lining up at the taxpayer-funded debt-lovers cash trough again this week in the form of trying to “fix” another crisis of their own making. Meet  S. 1789  , or as today’s Senate Progressives call it, the 21st Century Postal Act of 2012: A bill to improve, sustain, and transform the United States Postal Service. This bill is ...

Read More »

Democrats by the Numbers 2007- 2012

In late 2006, Americans were rolling along with 4.4% unemployment,  the average price for a gallon of gasoline was $2.20,  and America’s total national debt stood at $8.5 trillion dollars. When comparing the statistics above with those of today after Democrats took over both houses of Congress in ’07, held the Senate in the ’10 elections and the Hope n Change ...

Read More »

Senator Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) Calls it Quits

Citing good health and wishes for Congress to return to a more Centrist platform, Senator Olympia Snowe has announced that she will not seek reelection this year. Senator Snowe explained her decision in the following statements, courtesy of Fox News: “After 33 years in the Congress this was not an easy decision. My husband and I are in good health. We have laid an exceptionally  ...

Read More »

Who’s Offering Economic Solutions?

Given America’s growing national debt, now in excess of $15 trillion: http://www.usdebtclock.org/ A per capita government debt that’s worse than Greece’s: http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/chart-america-s-capita-government-debt-worse-greece_631797.html Unemployment numbers “officially” listed at 8.5%: http://www.bls.gov/bls/newsrels.htm#OEUS Petroleum prices trending higher, adding pain at the pump for consumers while decreasing money available to them for spending on vital necessities like food and shelter: http://www.livecharts.co.uk/trend_signals/trend_forecast_chart_selector.php?ts=Futures_WI A statement like: “America’s ...

Read More »
echo 'Sponsored Content'; echo '
';
Sign up for our Newsletter

* indicates required field




Email Format


Subscribe!