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The Rapidly Rising Cost Of Living Is Absolutely Killing The Middle Class In America

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All over America, the middle class is dying and poverty is on the rise. One of the primary reasons for this is the rapidly rising cost of living in the United States. The cost of just about everything that average

Posted in Economics

Ex-GAO Head: US Debt is Three Times More Than You Think


The former U.S. comptroller general says the real U.S. debt is closer to about $65 trillion than the oft-cited figure of $18 trillion. Dave Walker, who headed the Government Accountability Office (GAO) under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush,

Posted in Economics, Government, Taxpayer Waste

Banks Poised to Charge for Deposits

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Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen suggested the Fed might consider negative interest rates, which effectively means financial institutions would charge customers to keep money in an account. Several of Europe’s ailing commercial banks have imposed the measure in a desperate

Posted in Economics

$20 Trillion Man: National Debt Nearly Doubles During Obama Presidency

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When President Obama signs into law the new two-year budget deal Monday, his action will bring into sharper focus a part of his legacy that he doesn’t like to talk about: He is the $20 trillion man. Mr. Obama’s spending

Posted in Economics, Politics

Climate Alarmist Admits Global Warming Isn’t About Science But About Destroying Capitalism

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he progressive movement has been incredibly skilled at weaving false narratives in order to justify taking away individual liberty. They do it all the time, and the media helps them promote these narratives as fact when they are often far

Posted in Economics, Environment, Science

Group Advocating $15/hr Minimum Wage only Pays $12/hr!

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An advocacy group out of Modesto, Calif. pushing for a $15 an hour minimum wage posted a job ad Thursday offering to pay $12 an hour. Below what it is demanding others pay their workers. The Craigslist post was for

Posted in Business, Economics, Liberal Hypocrisy

Major Internet Company Stockpiles Months of Food and $10 Million in Gold for Employees: 'We Don’t Trust Wall Street'


While the world’s super elite prepare everything from stylish bunkers to emergency submarines, most couldn’t care less about their millions of employees should a widespread crisis strike financial markets or the economic system. There is, however, one notable high net

Posted in Business, Economics

Democrat Energy Policies are Crushing America's Poor!

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Democrats are fond of trotting out tired old lines like “war on women” or “cutting taxes for the rich” when arguing with their Republican counterparts; it’s their best weapon in the battle over policy. The reason they’re forced to resort

Posted in Economics, Energy Tagged with: ,

Why You Shouldn't Play the Lottery in a Blue State!

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I don’t play the lottery. Over the years, my children have asked why I don’t. Well, I tell them, first, it is not a good bet. You’ll more than likely be struck by lightning than win the lottery. I’ve also

Posted in Economics, State Government

Record 94 Million People No Longer Looking for Jobs

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A record 94,031,000 Americans were not in the American labor force last month — 261,000 more than July — and the labor force participation rate stayed stuck at 62.6 percent, a 38-year low, for a third straight month in August,

Posted in Economics, unemployment

Wal-Mart Cuts Some Workers’ Hours After Pay Raise Boosts Costs

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc., in the midst of spending $1 billion to raise employees’ wages and give them extra training, has been cutting the number of hours some of them work in a bid to keep costs in check. Regional executives

Posted in Business, Economics

Congressional Budget Office Report Forecasts Unsustainable Debt

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The economy is sluggish but growing and inflation remains low, painting a decidedly mixed picture for the federal government, the Congressional Budget Office reported Tuesday, saying the fiscal situation is improving this year but will snap back by 2018 to

Posted in Economics

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