New York City: Mayor Bloomberg’s Worker Paradise

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Posted: May 30, 2013 12:01 AM

Would you live in a worker’s paradise run by Mayor Michael Bloomberg? John Ransom asked this question after reading about Citi-bikes, soda bans, and crackdowns on street cafes. Anthony Lolli (a real estate expert located in NYC) joined the show to take a look at whether or not the Housing Recovery is real.

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Show Prep

Big Three:

Up, Up, Up. . . Keep your eye on the Nekkei

Does Japan’s Bull Market Have Room to Run?: Video - Bloomberg

As much as the Feds want to centrally plan everything. . . Some things are still a function of market forces:

Is the Bond Market Outsmarting Stocks? | Breakout - Yahoo! Finance

Always trying to look on the upside, we bring you this gem of great news from the wasteland that used to be the job market: (Surprisingly, this is not Mike McKee.)

Unemployment Upside: A Healthier, Longer Life?: Video - Bloomberg

 

Other News:

What’s the world coming to when Swiss Banks are longer a haven of secrecy?

Swiss strike deal with US over tax evasion - FRANCE 24

Yep. . . More people on Disability. If we put them all in one place they would constitute the 8th largest state in the US. . . Which would be run by a Democrat.

Record 10,978,040 Now on Disability; ‘Disability’ Would Be 8th Most Populous State | CNS News

I think he’s addicted to campaigning. . . We should host an intervention for him on Ransom Notes:

Obama Signs Fundraising Email for 'Non-Partisan' Organizing for Action | The Weekly Standard