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Our ‘Whac-A-Mole’ Recovery

Financial FAQs FREDinitialclaims Initial jobless claim for the week ending were slightly up at 1,416,000 for the week ending July 18, which means that the reversals of business openings as COVID-19 infection rates soar again have flattened the wrong curve—applications … Continue reading

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Who Says There’s No Leadership?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call http://www.nippon.com Critics of the Trump administration and its Republican Party enablers have it exactly backward when they say the federal government isn’t leading the effort to control the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have in fact been … Continue reading

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Who Says There’s No Leadership?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call http://www.nippon.com Critics of the Trump administration and its Republican Party enablers have it exactly backward when they say the federal government isn’t leading the effort to control the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have in fact been … Continue reading

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“When Will We Ever Learn?”

Answering the Kennedys’ Call @TBPInvictus Bob Dylan wrote his ode to ending wars, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? in the 1960s but it could just as well apply to today’s war against the novel coronavirus pandemic that is killing … Continue reading

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“When Will We Ever Learn?”

Answering the Kennedys’ Call @TBPInvictus Pete Seeger first wrote his ode to ending wars, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? in 1955 but it could just as well apply to today’s war against the novel coronavirus pandemic that is killing … Continue reading

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COVID-19—WHO Wins?

Popular Economics Weekly https://twitter.com/jfkirkegaard Conquering the pandemic really means depending on the cooperation across borders of races and ethnicities that separate regions and countries. COVID-19 is winning the battle in those countries and states with the worst outbreaks that believe … Continue reading

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Hendrika’s Best Review Ever!

When a Toy Dog Became a Wolf and the Moon Broke Curfew: A Memoirby Hendrika de VriesShe Writes Press Book review by Mark Heisey “Being the old, dark child of the past, I was the one bound to my mother … Continue reading

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The Coming Anxiety Pandemic

Popular Economics Weekly Dryuz.com Americans’ confidence in their future is dropping substantially as they decide who to trust during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hence what Nobel laureate economist Robert Shiller has called the result of the loss of confidence—an anxiety pandemic. … Continue reading

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The Cure Has To Be Worse Than the Problem

Financial FAQs Federal Reserve President Trump on Sunday announced that he was extending his administrations guidelines on social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic to April 30. He seems to have taken the recommendation of his top scientific advisors Drs. Fauci … Continue reading

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No Job Losses Due to Coronavirus—Yet

Popular Economics Weekly MarketWatch The Labor Department’s February employment survey took place in the middle of February, before the coronavirus began its worldwide spread. So we will have to wait for March employment figures to know its impact on employment, … Continue reading

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