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TheAutomaticEarth.blogspot.com

After the most potent "winning streak" in human history, the majority of American society has been blindsided by equally potent losses, which continue to mount and show no signs of abatement:

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Kunstler.com

This implosion has been artfully papered over with enough accounting tricks so that many citizens do not even perceive it as being underway. The results are insidious: falling living standards, no role to play in the economy (that is, a job)...

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GlobalEconomicAnalysis.blogspot.com

I see a migration from the early days of the Valley. We aren't doing manufacturing; we aren't doing design; we aren't doing computers. It's all moving to Asia and other places where there are lots of technical engineers who are willing to work...

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EconomicPolicyJournal.com

It is not Whitney’s fault that municipalities from one end of the country to the other have underfunded their pension plans, or that they have made costly promises, mostly but not exclusively to unions, that they are unlikely to be able to keep.

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www.sovereignman.com

In the late 1920s, the economy of the Weimar Republic was beset by numerous fiscal troubles. The global depression spread quickly to Germany, undermining the government’s ability to make its reparation payments from the Great War.

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www.drscoundrels.com

Ben Bernanke came to Capitol Hill to talk about spending, and he was very forthright with his calls for the spending to go down in order for the economy to go up. That’s right, Big Ben has ridden to the rescue – he was three late due to a lame hor

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www.drscoundrels.com

I bet the Democrats don’t want to see this list, and I am sure they really don’t want you to see it. They’re probably afraid you’ll be cheering and doing a fist pump going “YEAH, CUT IT BABY!” This is the original 74 billion proposed that would

News Link • Global Reported By Rich Hilts
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Washington Post

News this week that Frankfurt-based Deutsche Borse is poised to acquire a majority stake in the New York Stock Exchange did not sit well in every corner of the financial world. Critics complained that a symbol of American capitalism was being scoo

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By David Hendee

Warnings of higher food prices headed for American supermarkets and restaurants were swallowed easily across much of farm country Wednesday. The big gulp came when the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that global demand had pushed U.S. corn

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The grocer, a Real American Hero, is the public face of a long line of millions of strangers from around the world who, pursuing their own self interests, truly enable the American standard of living.

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