An energy analyst is outraged that taxpayer dollars are being used for a bailout of the bus industry that's comparable to the now defunct "cash for clunkers" program.
Goldman Sachs CEO, Lloyd Blankfein to Obama: "Here boy, be a good dog and SIT"
There are lots of different methodologies you can use to derive a benchmark price to measure possible price targets for the yellow dog. One such measuring stick is proved by John L. Williams' Shadow Statitistics, which tracks Government-reported ec
But now, after nearly a month of deliberations by Mr. Obama over whether to send more American troops to Afghanistan, frustrations and anxiety are on the rise within the military.
The administration of President Barack Obama, without congressional authorization, is advancing a plan that could end the use of the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency by setting up International Monetary Fund Special Drawing Rights to compete
No agreement with a foreign nation can confer power on the Congress or any other branch of government, which is free from the restraints of the Constitution.
With news today that the government finalized its $1.417 trillion budget deficit, which is 10% of US GDP, it’s no real surprise that the Mint has had to turn to
For example, the Goldman Sachs executives being hired at such a rate into key government financial positions as to raise serious questions and doubts as to the veracity of transparency and integrity in doing so. It seems with complete aplomb concerni
We’re hearing words like “Nixonian” and “The White House Enemies List” lately. The WH’s focus is now on Fox News, but the enemies list first made its appearance on Obama’s campaign website, Fightthesmears.com last July. The names have changed, but th
The list is hardly a surprise. "The drug industry stands to gain in a health-care overhaul by getting tens of millions of newly insured customers. The $829 billion plan being worked over by Congress would extend health coverage to 29 million American
Senate Finance Committee members have been notified that the committee's health reform bill has been filed today. S. 1796 is 1,502 pages long.
It's back! You see, we've always just assumed that after experiencing an epic hangover following the housing party, there'd be no way we'd rush headlong into the same bubble right away.But we were wrong -- the housing bubble is back. Sure, prices ar
Have you heard the news? President Obama inherited an economic mess from the Bush administration. You say that's hardly news? But it's been the message sounded over and over by the White House.
They also show that incoming Obama officials, including now Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and White House economic adviser Larry Summers, were apprised of the discussions a month before they took office. .
Ron Paul gives opening statement and then questions the panel during House Foreign Affairs Committee on the War in Afghanistan on October 15th, 2009
The brutal beating of Chicago teen Derrion Albert has ignited the usual platitudes on race, but Joe Hicks tells us why words wont help solve the problem of thug violence in the latest Hicks File. Warning: Graphic
In this 1:46 video, we point out 7 promises that then candidate Obama has already broken. We hope that all the people of the ObamaNation are happy with their president.
The U.S. budget deficit for fiscal year 2009, which ended in September, was a record-shattering $1.4 trillion, equal to about 10 percent of Gross Domestic Product. $1.4 trillion dollars is a lot of money and it's hard to get your mind around that fig
White House Pressures U.S. Chamber to Reverse Position on Energy Bill Obama using Chicago-style tactics to pressure business organization
The continuing financial crisis has made clear to many people the deep problems that exist within our financial system. One of the key decisions to be made in any of the reform proposals floating around deals with the Federal Reserve System and its p
Investigative reporter Thomas Lipscomb joins us to discuss the lack of media curiosity about Bill Ayers possible role in the writing of Barack Obama's memoir.
On Tuesday, March 11th, 2008, somebody — nobody knows who — made one of the craziest bets Wall Street has ever seen. The mystery figure spent $1.7 million on a series of options, gambling that shares in the venerable investment bank Bear Stearns woul
I am outraged that the Obama Administration promised changed and did not deliver. "Yes We Can" was a lie. The reality is "It's Business As Usual, Only Worse, With Higher Deficits".
The Internal Revenue Service is examining more than 100,000 suspicious claims for the first-time home-buyer tax break, another sign of potential trouble for the soon-to-expire program.
EIF is mobilizing the entire entertainment community around the ground-breaking, multi-year iParticipate campaign, which promotes a new way of thinking about service and seeks to persuade millions more Americans to volunteer regularly. As a centerpie
A fantastic interview with Gerald Celente by James Corbett of the Corbett report..Jerry goes into detail on how he feels the current reports of recovery (green shoots) is really in fact a coverup a...
Four banks in particular are foundering, including one that has acknowledged its executives cooked its books.
They’re just not calling it a stimulus. Scherer writes that tax credits and other planned stimulus-type measures, such as more one-time checks for Social Security recipients and extended unemployment benefits, could be worth as much as $100 billion.