Tag Archives: Paul Ryan

It’s Time For 2018

Financial FAQs We will need the 2018 elections now more than ever to vote out the greed and cowardice of those members of our national legislature who oppose all forms of gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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It’s Time For 2018

Financial FAQs We will need the 2018 elections now more than ever to vote out the greed and cowardice of those members of our national legislature who oppose all forms of gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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New Home Sales Surge

The Mortgage Corner New home sales shot 6.1 percent higher in February to a 592,000 annualized rate that easily beats the Econoday consensus for 565,000 and is near the top estimate of 600,000. Sales seemed to have a boost from … Continue reading

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Trump Voters and The Drug Epidemic

Popular Economics Weekly Why should so many rust-belt citizens vote for President-Elect Donald Trump, who is patently against the interest of working class voters? I am speaking of his promise to revoke Obamacare, which will make the 20-30 million dependent … Continue reading

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The Bully Mentality

Popular Economics Weekly Why does the USA have such a problem with bullies?  Whether in the schools, in politics, or on Internet social media?  The result has been teenage suicides, horrendous school shootings by students who felt bullied or belittled, … Continue reading

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Fed Chairman Yellen Will Boost Economic Growth

Financial FAQs If we need any more evidence that Janet Yellen should be the next Federal Reserve Chairperson, it was the decision by the Fed Governors to continue their easing at the conclusion of their September 18 FOMC meeting, just … Continue reading

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Austerinomics, the Anti-Growth Orthodoxy

Financial FAQs The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee has just said it in the press release from its latest committee meeting in an otherwise ‘moderately’ upbeat announcement: “Household spending and business fixed investment advanced, and the housing sector has strengthened … Continue reading

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