Ben Shapiro DEBUNKS Biden’s State of the Union Lies [MONTAGE]




A Trip to the Pawnshop – A Christmas Story

A narrative about a man challenged by the economics of the day causing his moving into a homeless shelter. When things look bleak a spark of light changes everything.

Home Is Where the Heart Is, But We Lost the House

There’s absolutely no question, the economy is tearing our lives apart. For many of us our house represents family, stability, love and it keeps us grounded. We wake up there every morning; we eat, laugh, cry, entertain, play and go to sleep there every night. It’s the one place that we get to lay down our troubles, block out the noise of the world around us and feel safe. So we rarely, if ever, give any thought to losing it.

Global Financing – Hard and Soft Currency

Global financing and exchange rates are major topics when considering a venturing business abroad. In the proceeding I will explain in detail what hard and soft currencies are. I will then go into detail explaining the reasoning for the fluctuating currencies.

Money And The Economy

Modern society is organized on a financial or pecuniary level. In performing these major functions, one cannot escape the fact that money serves not only as an important but, moreover, an essential tool of economic activity. With good justification, our present economic system has been describe as a money economy.

Small Business Will Do Little to Help End the Recession This Time Around

Throughout our history, it has been small business that has consistently provided the leadership in exiting economically depressed times. However, for a couple of important reasons, we may not see anywhere the same level of help this time around from that key sector.

The Case for the Living Wage

First, we are talking about wages and the standard government work week (40 hours). While we speak in terms of being able to afford housing on a monthly basis, it is important to understand that just as the Federal Minimum Wage (FMW) is an *hourly wage,* the ULW is also an hourly wage. What we are saying is that if one puts 40 units of work wage together, four times a month (four weeks in a month), that wage would be sufficient for a person to afford basic rental housing no matter where that person works throughout the United States. This may require that a part-time worker of 20 hours per week secure a second part time job of an additional 20 hours to accumulate 40 units of work, etc.

Unemployment Rate Hits 9.8%

The November unemployment rate came in at a disheartening 9.8%, as employers added a mere 39,000 jobs in November. Friday’s paltry job figures fell far short of the consensus 155,000 jobs predicted by analysts. The 9.8% jobless rate represents the nineteenth consecutive month where the unemployment rate has been above 9%, the longest streak since such records have been kept. A quick review of the headlines in the Marketplace section of Thursday’s Wall Street Journal – the day before the release of the jobs report — gave ample examples of the job-crushing policies of the Obama administration, with its program of excess regulation, high taxes and Obamacare.

Government Takeover Continues Its Deaf March

If you haven’t yet made your move to start your own business and grow and protect your wealth, you need to get on it. President Obama and his liberal colleagues in the U.S. federal government are marching double-time toward their goal of fundamentally transforming America into a Land Of No Opportunity… and their flawless execution of government takeover that transferred a sixth of the U.S. economy from private to public sector (under the Orwellian label of “health care reform”) was only the beginning.

1980’s Recession – Comparing Then To 2010

The year 2010 is on the verge of recovering from the 2008 recession. There is a debate over the impact of 1980 and 2008 recessions that pulled down the US economy. For the consecutive three years from 1980 to 1983, the gross domestic product showed a declining trend.

Would A White Christmas Be Bad For Business?

After weeks of snow, forecasters are telling us to brace ourselves for another deluge of the white stuff. With the festive season approaching, would a white Christmas be a nightmare for shops and online retailers still reeling from the recession?

Irish Economic Crisis

The European Union has agreed to loan approximately $89.4 billion to Ireland to help it come out of its massive crisis. The government is now taking the majority control of the affected banks like Allied Irish Banks and Anglo Irish Bank Corp. The EU/IMF has put strict conditions on its loans and may require Ireland to consider tax increases and spending cuts.

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