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Today’s Economy: Why are we here?. Fed’s balance sheet blown up by factor of 3+. Ron Paul comes Oct. 7 th . More from my colleagues. •2004 S.E.C. change in the law. •3% Wipe out rate, $1.60 in capital. •Hey, but why worry…housing prices will never fall! .

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fed s balance sheet blown up by factor of 3 ron paul comes oct 7 th more from my colleagues
Fed’s balance sheet blown up by factor of 3+. Ron Paul comes Oct. 7th. More from my colleagues.
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•2004 S.E.C. change in the law.•3% Wipe out rate, $1.60 in capital. •Hey, but why worry…housing prices will never fall!
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“The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools.” Hubert SpencerNo Moral Hazard.
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Why do we stay here?History repeating: Demonize Business, Villify Success, Temp Tax Yo-Yo, Cap gains, ½ the gains...all the loss. Class Warfare? Math? Or Class Warfare Math?

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Why do we stay here?NLRB and Boeing…Chrysler Bonds…Industrial Policy and Solyndra…Keystone pipeline…Korea, Colombia, Panama…disinterest in economic growth

nobel laureate robert lucas asks
Nobel Laureate Robert Lucas asks:
  • "Is it possible that by imitating European policies on labor markets, welfare and taxes, the U.S. has chosen a new, lower GDP trend? If so, it may be that the weak recovery we have had so far is all the recovery we will get."