GDP for the Second Quarter Revised Down to 1.3%

Sep 27, 12 GDP for the Second Quarter Revised Down to 1.3%

Posted by in Economics, Featured

The Commerce Department released the third revision of GDP from the second quarter of this year. Growth was revised downward from 1.7% to 1.3%. Growth at this rate will never return our economy to pre-recession levels of prosperity....

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Bring Back Property Requirements as a Prerequisite to Vote

Sep 27, 12 Bring Back Property Requirements as a Prerequisite to Vote

Posted by in Featured, The Lockean

This is an Obama supporter interviewed while protesting against Romney campaign event in Ohio yesterday. Barely literate, on the dole, and you are paying for her ignorance. I’m beginning to believe that, that in order to vote, one must have a certain amount of property.  A house, X amount of dollars in the bank, a certain...

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15.9% of Americans are Labeled as Living in Poverty by the Census

Sep 26, 12 15.9% of Americans are Labeled as Living in Poverty by the Census

Posted by in Economics, Featured

The U.S. Census reports that poverty has increased in America over the last four years. I thought that the $867 billion Stimulus and 4 years of trillion dollar deficits was supposed to improve the economy and spread the “wealth around.” Yet, under the policies of Barack Obama, between 2010 and 2011, 2.2 more Americans...

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Real Median Income Fell in the U.S Between 2010 and 2011

Sep 26, 12 Real Median Income Fell in the U.S Between 2010 and 2011

Posted by in Economics, Featured

I thought the Marxian policies of the President and the Democratic Party had put us on the path to recovery.  Yet, the Census Bureau reports that real median income, between 2010 and 2011 fell from $51,144 to $50,502. It seems that even when this President deficit spends by nearly $5 trillion during his administration, it really...

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My Bucket List for 2012

Sep 26, 12 My Bucket List for 2012

Posted by in The Machiavellian

From reader J. Quincy Adams.  Pass it...

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