Tag Archives: Henry Ford

Wisconsin’s Austerity Lesson

Popular Economics Weekly Governor Scott Walker is having his own problems with the ongoing investigation into staffers using public funds for political campaigning as a County Manager, but it doesn’t seem to faze him as he touts the success of … Continue reading

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Unemployment Still the Problem

Financial FAQs Friday’s U.S. unemployment report might have been an aberration due to the severe winter with just 74,000 nonfarm payroll jobs created, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but how many of those workers who left the labor … Continue reading

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Income Inequality Behind Most Poverty

Financial FAQs There were 46.2 million Americans in poverty in 2011, as median household income decreased to its lowest level since 2000, according to a Census Bureau report released this week that illustrated the toll from ongoing labor-market weakness. The … Continue reading

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Henry Ford’s Arithmetic Would Cure Budget Deficit

The Financial FAQs Why don’t Republicans get it? As President Clinton said in his convention speech, there was one word to explain the difference between Republican and Democrats budget proposals—arithmetic. The numbers had to add up, and as a ‘good … Continue reading

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