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I always thought it was Skynet that was going to run the Apocalypse. Or perhaps an Atari computer system named Joshua that just wanted to play chess with its floppy disks.
In 2011, masochistic Liberals embraced China as the model empire from which the United States could learn much. They were organized, we heard.
I interrupt the reality TV shows that are the Republican GOP Presidential Race and, on alternate days, the Barack Obama Show or Hillarys Hilarious Magical Email Mystery Tour, for this public service announcement: Buried under the Jeb Bush rhetoric is a lot of big government covered up by a thousand point of light.
Markit came out with manufacturing numbers yesterday that sounded loud warnings to Wall Streeters that Yellen and Company may have their headquarters where their hindquarters ought to be in much the same way that Benanke and Company had.
There is a raft of stories coming from the media now in anticipation of a government shutdown. Most have the same basic theme: A shutdown of the government would affect the economy at a time that it cant afford any slackening in government spending.
This was the year that, finally, mercifully, monetary policy was supposed to normalize. At least thats what Janet Yellen was telegraphing to the markets at the beginning of the year.
Since monetary policy cant ensure a growing economy and president Obama acts like he doesnt consider a healthy economy even necessary, the only thing left to do is what they should have done long ago: Get rid of the regulatory burden thats keeping the brakes on the economy.
The non-event this week of whether the Fed will or won't raise interest rates, symbolically, metaphorically, or categorically, will make headlines whether we like it or not.
A new survey of Harvard business alumni is exhibit Number One on why our ruling elite just cant manage to understand the gravity of the crisis that this country is facing.
Last week the government bragged about how the deficit would be much smaller this year than anticipated.
Fear, at least the fear measured by the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), is in high feather right now on Wall Street. And thats probably good for you, as David Williams and I discussed on the most recent RansomNotes.tv.
Almost one year after the Federal Reserve Bank declared victory in the war on unemployment and put an end to artificial stimulus measures, the enemy army is still marching on the capital and killing jobs.
Heres how bad it is in Europe: With economic growth projections being slashed as a result some say of a slow down in China, the European Central Bank (ECB) is getting ready to buy more government bonds. From Greece.
One of the things that we ought to have learned from the 2008 financial meltdown was that a growing diversion between financial markets and the economy cannot be sustained over long periods of time. And when I say long periods of time, I'm talking about periods of 10 years or more, not a two-minute Superbowl commercial.
As the market engages in its first correction since 2011, some market watchers are saying that at least the US economy is healthy.
Yes, they have figured out another doomsday clock that is ticking for you and me.
A new piece by a state expert says bond proceeds provide little of actual value in Chicago.
Most news sites are just happy to fact check. But CNNMoney wants to have the ability to decide whats real or not. It's understandable because the magic wand and make-believe are the only tools they can use at this point to defend Obamas economic performance.
Like a lot of things Obama accomplishes this one comes with the familiar Barackian asterisk: Obama didnt mean to give Netanyahu props; instead Obama thought he was criticizing the prime minister.