The US has been a primarily a consumer driven economy for more than a hundred years now and I kinda think Enough is Enough. That is what this post is all about.
I am a fiscal conservative. That makes me a man without a party. The one steady thing I […]
Since the second world war, British foreign policy has been built on its so-called special relationship with the […]
“The time to worry about debt is before you get it, not after you got four-fifths of it.” […]
We are three billion in the hole and will be three billion more next year, and not a […]
Source: Defense cuts could further dim US jobs picture – Life Inc.. There are thousands of civilian jobs related […]
Tonight is, thank heavens, the last debate for this presidential season. It will be on foreign policy. I can tell you in advance what will happen. Each side will tear into the other saying their opponents foreign policy will assure the total destruction of the United States. There will be little of anything but put-down and counter-put-downs.
I know there is a lot of fury going on now about how President Obama has increased the national debt. So, when I came across this graph it got my attention. I have had several ranters here lately who proclaim that “that idiot Obama is bankrupting the country”. They go on and on about the increased deficit and how it is their sole reason to drive that “idiot” out of office. I am going to try and give you some insight into this situation but as President Clinton said recently you are going to have to pay attention…
Source: Economy Watch – Bernanke says demand too weak to bring down jobless rate. Consumers are not spending enough […]
This would be a great world to dance in if we didn’t have to pay the fiddler. – […]
The average consumer carries over $16,000 in credit card debt. And there is usually a mortgage and probably […]
All this political foolishness is getting insane. I just wish the president would grow a backbone and tell […]
I have been a little shy about wading in on the debt ceiling stuff that is going on […]