Browsing All posts tagged under »Gross domestic product«

There’s Been NO Recovery!

October 3, 2011 by


As if the United States needed any further evidence that the recovery is not a recovery. The nation’s economy has grown, however slowly, since December 2009, but new data from the Census Bureau highlight the sad but unsurprising truth that for many Americans, the recovery never happened, and relief is not in sight. It also highlights the […]

Forecast Not So Good… Obama Not So Good

August 24, 2011 by


CBO has came out with an economic, debt/deficit, budget and unemployment outlook report. The report isn't looking very good and neither is Obama and his admins policies or "progress". Jobs are being lost and will continue to be lost with his leadership... Read More and SUBSCRIBE!

“Raising The Debt Ceiling” For Dummies BY MARION ALGIER

August 1, 2011 by


  By Marion Algier July 31st 2011 “Raising The Debt Ceiling” For Dummies      Lost in all the politics of raising the debt ceiling is a simple understanding of why it is so dangerous to do so. The government-controlled media is trying to ensure that the public doesn’t have the facts, lacks a clear […]

American Economy: Putting It Back Together!

June 27, 2011 by


It’s obvious that America is not doing so swell right now. We were the strongest economy out there, and I still do believe that our country could be the strongest economy in the world. The two strongest economy’s right now are by far Japan and the European Union. To be more specific it’s Japan and […]

ECONOMY: Will Bernanke Have Thee Answers?

June 14, 2011 by


“The Debt Ceiling, Fiscal Plans, and Market Jitters: Where Do We Go From Here?” The economy is not doing so well and I think we all know that. Not only do we Americans know that but so does a New America Foundation and Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. There will be a conference held […]