Focusing on the financing of real businesses and economic growth seems to be the secret of the BRICs, which are leading the world in economic development today. But the BRIC phenomenon is more than just a growth trend identified by an economist. It
The U.S. government last year announced a $10 million award, dubbed the “L Prize,” for any manufacturer that could create a “green” but affordable light bulb.
Banks are foreclosing on America's churches in record numbers as lenders increasingly lose patience with religious facilities that have defaulted on their mortgages, according to new data.
The NYT's editorial on housing policy makes it sound like it expects the Nasdaq to return to its 2000 peak of 5000.
Americans are not any happier than they were last year. In fact, they are slightly more miserable. At least, that’s what the recent Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index shows. The annual index measures six areas of well-being, including life evaluation
Americans have been willfully impoverished to pay bankers and wage imperial wars.
Federal Reserve officials are considering a novel approach to bond buying aimed at countering some of the worry that another round of asset purchases by the central bank could fuel inflation, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The communist revolutions in the 20th century sought to nationalize the wealth generated by privately held industries back to the "exploited" workers on whose backs the profits were supposedly derived.
Lawrence Reed on the Silver Panic of 1893. 1893, silver and gold backed money, no Fed, yet the Federal government still screws with currency values and sends the USA into economic turmoil.
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It looks like Bank of America might have started circling the drain before the Occupy movement even had a chance to launch its campaign against the company.
Democrats in Congress called on the U.S. futures regulator to crack down on excessive speculation in oil markets as rising gasoline prices move to the forefront of the presidential election campaign.
...following that is an article also from the weekend Journal. If anyone still believes that the USA has a free-market economy, both pieces should disabuse them of the notion. The editorial describes how export subsides from the federal Export-Imp
Pro Ron Paul NPR Piece!! “Only Ron Paul Would Shrink The Debt” Video
Ben Swann explains how the price of oil has actually been pretty steady in terms of gold, for over forty years, and that it is the decreasing value of our dollar that is to blame for high prices.
Living in your car might be the only choice, especially if you don’t feel safe at a local shelter. Unfortunately, in many places, sleeping in your car is not only frowned upon, but also illegal. Here’s how to get by until something better comes along
The argument that environmental conservation stands in the way of economic growth is “a false choice,” President Barack Obama told conservation leaders Friday.
Gasoline prices are on the rise! How come? And what does it mean? Let's do a Q&A.
General Motors will suspend production of its Chevrolet Volt electric car for five weeks amid disappointing sales.
One of the many basic natural laws of economics is that as the supply of any commodity increases the value of each individual unit of that commodity decreases. Money is nothing more than a very specialized commodity that is universally accepted in t
It was just the other day that I noted the massive money printing that has been going on by central banks around the globe: The Federal Reserve, of course, but also the Bank of Japan, the People’s Bank of China, the Bank of England, the European Cent
Technology has yet to fundamentally change how we think about money. As the mobile Internet begins to take financial control out of the hands of bank tellers and regulators, innovators are connecting us to our money in new ways.
Accounting standards may seem like a sleep-inducing subject to many people. But when retirement promises are improperly accounted for, companies and governments can go bankrupt, and hardworking Americans who have relied on the promises can suffer.
In other words, while the Fed's charter forbids it from buying US equities outright, it certainly can promise that it will bail out such bosom friends as the Bank of Israel, the Swiss National Bank, and soon everyone else, if and when their investmen
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Denarius, And the American dollar.
Ron Paul and Fed Chairman Agree to Discuss Competing Currencies
Fiat Money Experiment Will End Badly video
A new "emergency" law backed by right-wing think tanks is turning Michigan cities over to powerful managers who can sell off city hall, break union contracts, privatize services—and even fire elected officials.
DRIVING THROUGH JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, IN A DOWNPOUR, looking past the wipers and through windows fogged up with cigarette smoke, Main Street appears to be melting away.