Democrats who talk of “going over the cliff” as a way to gain leverage over Republicans on taxes may not have fully considered what this could mean for the Defense Dept who could fire more 100,000 civilian workers in the first weeks of 2013
Interview of Prof. Murray Sabrin by Gary Franchi regarding our economy, free markets, debt and the role the Federal Reserves plays in creating it on http://NextNewsNetwork.com | Next News Network’s WHDT World News Program.
Oil production in the U.S. is increasing, often driven by new ways of getting the black stuff out of the ground.
JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) and Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN.VX) will pay a combined $416.9 million to settle U.S. civil charges that they misled investors in the sale of risky mortgage bonds prior to the 2008 financial crisis, regulators said on Fri
Hola, Doug. Congrats on calling the election correctly. You got your wish: the global economy should exit the eye of the storm on Obama's watch. Hopefully, leftist ideas will get the blame they deserve this time.
Congressman Paul will discuss fiscal cliff negotiations in Congress as well as the latest developments in Libya.
The federal agency that insures pensions for 43 million Americans saw its deficit swell to $34 billion in the past year. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. blamed the growing shortfall on its inability to charge private employers adequate premiums fo
CHART OF THE DAY: A Huge Part Of The Fiscal Cliff Is Something That's Barely Being Talked About
The US “cannot go on much longer” if it continues to spend and consume in the existing way, according to Ron Paul
They’re up to it again – this time with what they call the “fiscal cliff.”
driven by upstream technologies that are unlocking light tight oil and shale gas resources, is spurring economic activity - with less expensive gas and electricity prices giving industry a competitive edge," it added.
The hidden system (the engine of our market) is written by a human hand, with the help of his/her programming computer. The Achilles Heel of hiding the system is: The Programmer's computer has to be perfect to the one hundredth, tied to the exact Hig
With the elections out of the way, attention has again turned to the fiscal cliff – the over $600 billion in tax and spending provisions set to change on January 1, 2013.
For over a year, homebuilding stocks have been among the hottest in the world.
The markets are going to go into meltdown soon, so expect stocks to lose 20 percent of their value, Marc Faber, author of the Gloom, Boom and Doom report told CNBC on Tuesday.
Citing rising tuition costs and a poor job market, 20 percent of middle class parents say they don't consider a college education to be a worthy investment.
As the northeastern United States continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy, we hear the usual outcry against individuals and companies who dare to charge market prices for goods such as gasoline.
Developments at the Cato Institute have in recent months taken a surprising turn.
where they composed a whopping 40 percent of US business profits in 2006. That's more than five times the 7 percent made by the banking sector in 1980. Bank assets, financial profits, interest and debt have all been growing exponentially.
Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 11/12/12: Abolish All Price Controls: Let the Free Market Function!
Since August 2011, we have know this painful combination of tax-cut cessations and spending cuts (sequestrations) was due to hit as yet another painful decision 'can' was kicked down the road by the 'super committee'.
America’s poor were little mentioned in Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. They deserve better.
Both President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner spoke today on the looming fiscal cliff.
"If you had sound money you don't have deficits because you can't print money."
Trish Regan and Adam Johnson do their best to hold themselves together in this sublime rant by 'Gloom, Boom & Doom's Marc Faber on Bloomberg TV as he sees Obama's re-election as "very negative for the economy".
According to Google’s trend analysis, keyword searches for terms like “renounce citizenship” have soared in the past week.
Most Asian stock markets sank Friday, weighed down by fears over the U.S. "fiscal cliff" that's seen as a big threat to the economic recovery. Chinese stocks edged higher as investors awaited economic data they hoped would show a pickup in growth.
Boeing announced a major restructuring of its defense division on Wednesday that will cut 30 percent of management jobs from 2010 levels, close facilities in California and consolidate several business units to cut costs.
A Las Vegas business owner with 114 employees fired 22 workers today, apparently as a direct result of President Obama’s re-election.
As Dave Lutz at Stifel, Nicolaus points out, defense stocks are "ground zero" for the fiscal cliff, since the cliff is supposed to whack defense spending.