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Great Depression II

The 2011 Economy

January 3, 2011

On this first business day of the new year, economic analysts are putting forth their own predictions for the economic situation that will unfold in 2011.  The flailing economy has been one of the major stories for the past two years, and one of the major reasons for the Republican electoral landslide this past November.  [...]

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The Coming Depression

May 13, 2010

Longtime readers of Axis of Right know that I’ve contended for a while that the worst of the economic crisis of 2008-2009 is ahead of us, not behind us.  The massive amount of money infused into our economic system over the last two years, the coming insolvency of entitlements such as Medicare and Social Security [...]

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How To Stifle a Recovery: Raise the Minimum Wage

July 28, 2009

With economic indicators predicting that the economy is starting to show signs of recovery, one would think that we are nearing the end of this national nightmare of an economic disaster.  Yet last Friday, a Democrat government policy went into effect that could cause some of the recent stabilization of the economy to backslide.   Friday [...]

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Heading Towards Depression?

July 24, 2009

The talk on Wall Street lately is that we are heading towards a slow economic recovery.  Many indicators are showing signs of improvement, although most agree that the recovery will be long and difficult.  Yet, some analysis believe that the signs are being read incorrectly, and that we are actually heading towards an economic depression. [...]

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Cramer v. Obama

March 4, 2009

A war of words has been ignited between CNBC Financial Analyst Jim Cramer, host of Mad Money, and the Obama Administration.  Yesterday, Cramer lambasted the Obama administration for completely destroying the economy, stating that, among other things, we elected a Lenonist: When asked about this, press secretary Robert Gibbs responded by insulting Cramer without refuting [...]

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