Take That
We get the shaft, right? Some fat, rich pigs get in a snit over some BS or other—and we find ourselves shooting at…
Brother, Can You Spare Your Conscience?
There is a debate amongst the several ‘leaders’ of the Occupy Wall Street movement and its many sub-groups in other…
Gas Prices Just Keep Going Up
Was gas ever really going for $.99? Was it a dream? But it seemed so real. For the 18th consecutive day gas prices…
Zuckerberg Loses Billions
Mark Zuckerberg is on top of the world's largest social network, but after trading ended Tuesday, May 25, 2012, the…
Politicians And Bankers Of Spain, You Have Abandoned
We are accustomed to seeing terrible pictures of children starving, ill, dying or portrayed one way or another as victims,…
Super Committee Fails: Finger Pointing And the
Congress failed to come to a reasonable agreement and almost caused the government to cosaid that it me to a grinding…
Economics Articles (114)
Housing Poblems In The USA
America's economy faces several serious problems like unemployment, huge debt servicing, health issues, and education, but the worst of these is the housing problems in the USA. The housing prices were at their highest in the early months of 2006, but from the mid 2006, there is a steady dip…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jun 02, 2011  
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Cost Of War Too High
It was on October 7,2001, that the conflict in Afghanistan commenced with the USA army, supported by members of the British special forces and the Afghan United Front. The main objective of this war was to respond to the September 11 attack on the USA, which caused the death of…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jun 01, 2011  
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This Roller Coaster Will Come To A Stop
If you have been tracking the stock market lately and are invested in some form one way or another, you probably feel like you are on an amusement park ride. An extreme roller coaster. One you see on the travel channel as the most extreme roller coaster in North America.…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Aug 10, 2011  
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Supplement Income After Retirement
My Retirement I enjoyed my job as a teaching assistant for twenty-two years - up until about a year before I retired. I had fallen twice during the summer before school started and found that I have scoliosis - then followed plantar fasciitis in late summer or early fall and…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 24, 2014  
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Will Obama Be Unemployed After The 2012 Election?
Are high unemployment rates hurting President Barak Obama's approval rating for the 2012 election? From some of the recent poll results it certainly looks that way. With the U.S. unemployment rate still hovering above 9% for the month of August, it marks the longest consecutive period on record for the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 02, 2011  
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How to Determine the Worth Of A Junk Car
There are thousands of junk vehicle and equipment lying around in unkempt fields, old garages, backyard sheds, and more. These vehicles may seem worthless, but they are actually still valuable assets that can be sold to a scrap metal yard or junk car buyer for cash! If you are one…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Feb 20, 2016  
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Canada’s Top 5 Most Expensive Real Estate Markets
According to Canadian Business Magazine, here are the Top 5 Most Expensive Canadian Real Estate Markets as of March 2012: Vancouver, B.C. At March 2012, Vancouver’s average house price was a mind-blowing $857,400. North Vancouver, B.C. At March 2012, North Vancouver’s average house price was $707,600. Richmond, B.C. At March…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Apr 11, 2012  
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Leon Churchill Enumerates the Many Qualities Of A Great Community
Are you wondering what qualities a community has that make it an ideal place to live in? It’s hard to determine the exact qualities, for most people often regard the idea of a good community as too abstract. Most people, however, fail to realize that they are already living in…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Sep 01, 2015  
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Cairo Riots 2011 And How They Might Destroy Your Pension Hopes
The news is especially violent this year and it seems to have started with Cairo riots 2011. Arguably, these started what became known as the Arab Spring which some are now calling the Arab Fall. Personally, I fear that this will turn into a debacle that history will call the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Nov 23, 2011  
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Improve Metabolism With Svetol Green Coffee Bean Extract
Svetol green coffee bean extract is the latest supplement designed for weight management and overall wellbeing. This supplement product is primarily made from caffeine free green coffee bean extract. Health experts state that green coffee bean extract is a proven aid to weight loss and body weight management. Raw, unroasted…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 10, 2013  
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Deltas Wings Clipped Over Baggage Charges for US Bound Soldiers
"God bless America, land of the free" now has another price tag associated for service to our country. A video that went viral about the additional charges of $200 for a fourth checked bag has created a firestorm of attention and anger. In a free country where volunteerism of the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jun 09, 2011  
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Managing And Disposing Excess Paint
Painting is the easiest and the most economical way to modify the outlook of any room. Home owners have even started experimenting with paint to craft paints related colour ideas that personify the diverse art and culture of Nepal. While mixing and matching during trials of different paints, chances are…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 30, 2015  
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Fair Tax: Simplifying Our Tax System | Equality Across the Board
Wouldn’t you just love it if April 15th came and went without having to fill out a ton of paperwork and meet a deadline to pay your income taxes? How would you like to retire and not have to pay an income tax on your retirement accounts when you start…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Mar 04, 2012  
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Why is America so Poor?
If you search America's deficit on the internet, you will see this huge figure - $17,493,366,949,808. The population of USA is 318,318,704. The National debt is increasing at 2.35 billion per day. I calculated the per person debt is over $5000. Do you know why is America so poor? Why…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Aug 13, 2014  
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Welcome to The 2nd Gcetm
About The 2nd GCETM Companies are under severe pressure to find pioneering ways to both maximize revenue and reduce costs. High cost bases and inefficient, inflexible operations are no longer acceptable. Managers are in doubt as to whether their organizations are prepared to meet ever-increasing expectations for sustainable growth as…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jun 15, 2015  
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Occupy Wall Street Movements In Atlanta And California Marked By Multiple Arrests
Two separate Occupy Wall Street camps, one in Atlanta, Georia and the other in Oakland California have been cleared out by police in those cities, with multiple arrests in both locations. In Atlanta, protestors were urged to remain peaceful if there were to be arrests. Police came to Woodruff Park…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 26, 2011  
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A Cleaning Company In London Has Star Cleaners
With the start of September, one of the leading cleaning businesses in London announced its best employees from each department in the company. “What got us to success is our staff” said company officials. From the cleaners and the representatives themselves to every manager and those that work behind the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Sep 25, 2012  
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Federal Government Closing
Closing down the Federal Government is what they should do, and in my opinion hire all new congressmen and the ones in there now should not get paid while they are not working. Americans don't take it kindly when grown men that are supposed to be working for the american…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Apr 08, 2011  
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An Economic Plan Worth Considering
By Ziad K. Abdelnour We've heard so far a number of economic plans from a number of the GOP Presidential candidates. Some very solid and detailed, others barely scratching the surface. Given my 30 year experience on Wall Street, I thought I'd share some of my personal thoughts against the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Sep 25, 2015  
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Unemployment Reforms May Hit Older Workers Hardest: New Requirements Will Have Huge Impacts
Congress will be discussing potential reforms to unemployment, including several provisions that if passed could dramatically impact older workers as well as those who live in areas that have been especially hard hit by job loss. One of the most controversial of these reforms will require recipients to either have…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jan 10, 2012  
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Newest State Policies Information In Real Time - influentials System Style
The almost govt shut down had been hogging the information, but you might have found more information on other essential present governmental experiences and quicker on Influentials System. If you want to know what's occurring in US State policies and present governmental information, then Influentials System will tell you -…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jan 22, 2014  
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The Quickest Way to Write Creative Essays!
What to do first? First up, look at your usual writing speed. Is it too slow? Are you incapable of writing creatively in a short amount of time? If so, then we’ll be able to fix that in no time! First, gather whatever you need to put together this piece…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jan 26, 2015  
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Who Started Occupy Wall Street And What Do They Want?
What Is "Occupy Wall Street"?Over the past several months, a new movement has gained incredible traction amongst seemingly disparate groups of people worldwide. Flying under the banner "We Are The 99%", over 1500 separate protests took place around the world on October 15th, 2011. Many viewpoints are being represented at…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 18, 2011  
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Union Budget 2016 - 17 And Impact on Education Sector
(writes Dr. Paroma Mitra Mukherjee, Faculty at MDI Murshidabad) In Union Budget 2016, Arun Jaitley, Hon’ble Finance Minister, took the challenge to stick to the fiscal deficit at 3.5% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for 2016-17, after achieving the 3.9% of GDP target in 2015-16. Along with the background like…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Mar 07, 2016  
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Global Financial Uncertainty: Ways To Protect Yourself
In a global economy that is quite evidently straining under the combined weight of consumer institutional and sovereign debt there are some who believe that at some point in the future the dam may burst making the 2008 financial crisis pale by comparison. Of course no one can predict the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Apr 23, 2012  
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What Makes Cities Sustainable? City Planners Like Leon Churchill Weigh In
A good number of people consider the idea of a “sustainable city” as an oxymoron, given the massive amount of change cities need to meet ecological, societal, and economic requirements for actual sustainability. In the eyes of these people, at the rate change is happening now, sustainability is an unrealistic…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Sep 01, 2015  
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Unemployment Rate Falls Considerably In November
According to a news release by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on December 2, 2011, the official U-3 unemployment rate fell 0.4 percent in November to a seasonally adjusted rate of 8.6%. This represents a significant decrease in one month and a large decrease from one year ago when the…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Dec 02, 2011  
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Take That
We get the shaft, right? Some fat, rich pigs get in a snit over some BS or other—and we find ourselves shooting at each other. We get trained to fly-by-wire the drones or aim the laser sight at the top of the bunker or doing crowd control at some consulate’s…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Nov 06, 2013  
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What is Economic Crisis
The economy is cyclic with booms and busts. Right now we are in a bust with about one out of eleven work-capable people being out of work. The employment rate has stabilized to that dismal level. It is not quite like the Great Depression (in which I was born in…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Jul 01, 2011  
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Slight Arrangements to Transform the Common Room Into A Family Room
Be it a lazy weekend, an evening family show on TV or an unplanned gathering of friends, the common room serves as the venue for all those wonderful times of laughter and fun. Putting in a little effort to perk up the room would only make the times together even…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Economics   Oct 30, 2015  
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