Many of those who oppose QE3 do so because they believe the economy doesn't need more stimulus not because the stimulus itself is causing the economic weakness. As a result when the economy deteriorates, support for QE3 could grow.
America is in a steep decline because of the Obama administration's anti-business policies that have blocked economic growth.
Having been born and raised in San Francisco, I am accustomed to the ground’s sudden movements. I grew up with random earthquake drills during school hours hiding under desks.
Instead of trying to use the government as a heavy club, why not use jujitsu and allow inertia to transform us economically? Obama has wielded the heavy club since taking control and has nothing to show for it. We are worse off.
During the week of July 17, 2011 the market closed at 12,143.24. In the past 14 trading days the Down Jones Industrial Average has lost six percent of its value. Worse yet, since the week of April 25, 2011 the market has lost more than 11 percent of its value.
It is painfully clear that Obama has no plan and no set of comprehensive growth proposals to pull this economy out of its nosedive. Only more government spending on construction projects, or more green subsidies for renewable energy sources like wind power that have yet to prove they can be economically viable.
Let me start by saying American should pay its debts. If the debts are really, really large - that's too bad. We owe the money and we have to pay it. We're the richest, most blessed nation in the history of the world and we have to pay what we owe.
“Why….have you been unable to convince businesses to hire more people, Mr. President?” The assumption here is that American businesses hire new employees because they are “convinced” to do so by the U.S. President.
The GOP debate might as well have been moderated by People Magazine - that's how terrible and inane CNN's job was.
Dear Carrie: I just graduated with a business degree and was lucky to find a job in Los Angeles. I'm excited, but a bit worried, too, because the job doesn't pay that much and I know it costs a lot to live in LA.
My husband says there’s more risk associated with using a debit card than a credit card. Is this true?
In state after state corruption is beginning to undermine the credibility of the fairness of elections.
Dear Carrie: I'm in college, and next semester my student loan goes directly to me for the first time. Since it must last the whole school year, I'm worried it won't make it