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The Great Depression: The Truth on the Nightmare in 1929

The great depression hmm an oxymoron there “great”. So when was the great depression? After nearly ten years of optimism, prosperity and growth the great depression was a terrible thing to hit America.

New Homes Industry: The Key To Job Creation And A Better Economy in Nigeria

At her recent swearing in as Finance Minister for the second time around, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala reportedly declared, “I am here to create jobs.” That is music to the ears of all Nigerians, including the reported and staggering 40 million job-seekers and those who know that lack of employment is a major contributor to the high crime wave in all corners of our Motherland. Combined with passage of indigene law, Nigeria will foster deeper housing roots and policies capable of ameliorating sectarian crimes, such as the ones that often occur in Jos and other parts of our “One Nigeria”.

Working Women and the Recession

A surprising look at how the recession and recovery have affected women in the workplace. The recession affected millions of people, and in the beginning men were impacted way more than women. However, that is not the end of the story.

How To Survive In The Midst Of Recession

Recession has been around for some time now, and it may not end very quickly. Experts predicted a seven to eight years cycle. Many people had ugly tales to tell because of the present recession.

On London Riots and Taxation Myths

The British tax code of the 1970s is analyzed and reviewed for ideas on how to reduce the high unemployment rate in contemporary America. Arguments center around job-creation incentives for the rich.

Seeing A Scary Movie For The Second Time

The markets are a horror show again, but we’ve seen this film before. The ending is not so bad.

Renewing Limited Government: Debt Limits

U.S. government debt should be limited to a fraction of what it is today – say, one trillion dollars after we’ve had a chance to renew limited government for a few years – and the limit should be strictly enforced. It’s not only possible; if we want the nation to survive, it’s necessary….

55 And Out – An American Dream Lost

55 and out used to be a term used in the seventies, eighties and early nineties by many middle class workers describing their intentions to work hard invest and save their money and retire at 55 rather than 65. Doing this would insure that at least at the beginning of their retirement they would be mobile enough to still take physical active vacations they never went on before because of children and also still do work around the house. But as time went on and corporate CEO,s ravaged the companies they worked for as if the company was there to…

It’s Not All Bad Out There – Bad Feelings May Bring Good Tidings

Investor sentiment about economy and the market is eerily reminiscent of those evil days of 2008. Even Johnny Carson’s Carnac the Magnificent would be having trouble reading this economy. No one feels good about what’s going on right now, and between the Euro crisis, our stagnant economy with rising unemployment, the rising deficit and the Bozo’s in Washington (our beloved politicians of both parties) who are completely disconnected from their constituents, who could blame them.

On Righting Our Economy

Today our economic ship is listing hard to port. It is about time we do something about it.

What Went Wrong? Funny You Should Ask

The refrain from an old popular song goes as follows, “What the world needs now is love sweet love, it’s the only thing that there’s just too little of…” According to Nicholas Kristof, in his recent New York Times editorial, Is Islam The Problem?, the Muslim world doesn’t need more love. It needs more banks, corporations and massive concentrations of wealth.

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