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The US Recovery, Dow Jones, Sequestration and Pubic Lice

It's time to throw a $16 billion par-tay! Read More »

What I’d Love to See in the Next State of the Union Address

The Republicans want the power to determine how our economy should go. I say let's give it to them! Read More »

Book Review: Detroit City Is the Place to Be: The Afterlife of an American Metropolis by Mark Binelli

Detroit City Is the Place to Be is a story of rebirth, but the ending has not yet been written. Read More »

The End is Nigh

Financial collapse is just around the corner. Read More »

Middle Class Wipeout: Median Household Net Worth Plummets Nearly 40 Percent Between 2007 and 2010

While the middle class took a hard hit, the poor suffered most, seeing net worth vanish and average income enter negative territory. Read More »

In Love With an Illusion: On the Delightfully Grim Joys of Parenthood in Modern America

Parenthood is thought of as being the pinnacle of one's achievements, but, in reality, it can be the exact opposite. Read More »

Clinton, Obama, and the Wall Street Fat Cats

Out with a new book, Bill Clinton complains President Obama has been too tough on Wall Street. The problem is, the former president's still just partying like 1999. Read More »

Disdain for Herman Cain and His Ilk

The successful over 40 love to tout the successes they garnered during a system that is no longer in place. Read More »

Economic Decline Brings Rising Poverty Rates and Growing Income Inequality

Rising poverty levels a consequence of a decade of slow job growth. Read More »

Missoni for Target and the Illusion of Success

What the Missoni and Target mayhem says about the economic recovery. Read More »