Everything We Know About the Gabby Petito Case So Far

What It Takes To Have Financial Security

Having financial security nowadays is quite difficult to obtain especially that there are many problems coming our way. Aside from that, prices of basic commodities surge upward very fast. Yet, I wonder how could I have the financial stability that I longed so much in life? Let’s see how I can cope with this problem.

Another Holiday Season

Tis the holiday season once again. Another year has gone by and like everyone else we are all a year older. Sad to say many of us are not much wiser for it either.

Socio-Economic Impacts of Illicit Drug Trade in Afghanistan

Illicit drug trade became widespread and pervasive during the post conflict period in Afghanistan. Although opium cultivation was at its lowest level, 7,606 hectares, after Taliban had introduced a ban in 2001, the cultivation reached the record height of 224,000 hectares in 2014, despite the presence of international security forces in the country. The harsh punishments imposed by the Taliban regime could be an element to deter farmers to denounce poppy cultivation.

Poverty, The Real American Crisis

The fast track mobilization of our corporate world has made the United States government synonymous with the giants of industry. It is these giants of industry that have pushed America into the realization that our economy and for the majority of Americas are now faced with third world conditions. With the names of Halliburton, Koch, Texaco, Chevron, Bank American, Wal-Mart and others whose CEO’s control the purse strings of our elected officials is the reality of today.

Good Reasons to Use Crypto-Currency Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a comparatively new type of currency that has just started to strike the mainstream markets. Critics state that using Bitcoins is unsafe because – They have no authentic value – They are not regulated – They can be used to make illegal transactions. Still all the major market players talk about Bitcoins. Below are some good reasons why it is worth using this crypto currency.

Economic Impacts of The Christmas Holiday

During Christmas, people buy a number of gifts for their family members. In fact, a greater percentage of sales that is realized in the retail sector come from gifts and foods, which people buy in preparation for the festive season. Last year, the retail sector in the U.S. realized an increase in the number of sales which translated to about 19.2%. In addition to this, there was an increase in the number of employment opportunities. These jobs were mainly created to compensate for the holiday rush demands. Last year, about 768 thousand employees were hired in the U.S.

Detroit Exits Bankruptcy With “Grand Bargain” That Reduces Pensions of 23,000 City Retirees

On the heels of 16 months of negotiations with banks, bond insurers, unions and groups representing thousands of retirees, the nation’s largest municipal bankruptcy has officially come to an end. In November, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes approved Detroit’s “Plan of Adjustment”-a two-year budget which has been implemented by the now-former emergency manager Kevyn Orr to eliminate $7 billion in debt and settle with major creditors.

The UK’s National Debt: A Ticking Time Bomb

In the UK, like many other countries, the government has borrowed at unprecedented levels to try and kick-start the economy. But at a personal level, a similar pattern is emerging regarding personal debt, as individuals borrow record amounts – and the government is depending on this to help the recovery.

Oil, Nigeria’s Economy And The Future

This article expresses disappointment at the rulers of Nigeria who have failed to utilize the abundant earnings from oil sales to transform the nation. The youth are encouraged to aspire to assume leadership positions to birth desired change.

Why You Should Be Excited About 2015

“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” Helen Keller. I love this time of year.

Normal On The Horizon

An accelerating economy and improving labor market is good. But we can’t call it normal while interest rates stay near zero.

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