Yesterday, February 9, was National Pizza Day! What better way to celebrate the day than a post on how much America's former POTUS (thank you, God!) Barack Obama loves "pizzas" (and "hotdogs") too!
Pleading for a repeal of a law that strictly limits defense spending, a panel of four-star military officers warned lawmakers Tuesday that the fiscal constraints are crippling the military's ability to respond to threats around the world.
You work long, hard days, but you never have enough to be secure. Your husband or wife probably works too, and yet you still never get ahead. Now think about this: Your great-grandparents worked hard, and they did get ahead. You work just as hard, bu
Last month, the US Department of Education admitted that a much larger number of students are defaulting on student loans than previously reported. According to the Wall Street Journal:
The Department of Education recently released a memo admitting that repayment rates on student loans have been grossly exaggerated.
Goodbye, coal and oil.
. . . but where does the money really go?
In a few months, the federal government's debt is going to cross $20 Trillion or $160,000 per taxpayer. Governments (and central banks) always reach the checkmate point. The U.S. federal government and Federal Reserve will not be an exception. Today
Update 2: Some more clarity from Spicer, who is now backtracking on his words, telling reporters that slapping a 20 percent tax on imports from Mexico is just one of several options on the table for paying for a wall along the southern border.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average provides us with some pretty strong evidence that our "stock market boom" has been fueled by debt.
Rep. Mulvaney Is a Longtime Critic of Military Spending Hikes
Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have been adamant – the federal debt is way too high and has got to be tamed fast.
Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have been adamant , the federal debt is way too high and has got to be tamed fast.
The US is within days of reaching $20 trillion in national debt according to the US debt clock
Holding the purse strings
Remember the financial crisis and market meltdown from late last decade? That wasn't a fun time, and we're still dealing with some of the fallout.
Underfunded government pensions to the tune of $1.3 trillion, with a gap that just can't be filled, is the ticking time bomb facing the US economy which faces dramatic cuts in public services - and potentially riots reminiscent of Athens six years
Oh my, another great injustice in the USA, as described in the article below. This time it's an electrical engineer and his hair stylist wife in their sixties who think it's unjust that they have to pay off their student loans, unlike other borrowers
Being on the hook is not going to be pretty when interest rates are raised back up, and debts come due.
The federal government is on track to forgive at least $108 billion in student debt in coming years, according to a report that for the first time projects the full cost of plans that tie borrowers' payments to their earnings.
It's A "Financial Time Bomb"
Enjoy your turkey, family events and holiday cheer. Enjoy the changing political environment and the strange sense of normalcy that has returned since the end of the election.
As reported every day in Refugee Resettlement Watch, all the major Christian denominations in the USA are neck-deep in collusion with the federal government -- and specifically the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) -- in settling thousands of Mu