Hillary Clinton: Businesses Don’t Create Jobs
Hillary Clinton wants you to know she voted to raise the minimum wage, and she thinks that’s a good thing.
by Infowars.com
Law Lets I.R.S. Seize Accounts on Suspicion, No Crime Required
“Who takes your money before they prove that you’ve done anything wrong with it?”
by Shaila Dewan

7 things the middle class can't afford anymore
Economic downward spiral hits Americans hard.
by Erika Rawes
If Millennials Continue to Stumble, Our Economy Will Fail
Millennial generation has suffered the consequences of an increasingly unequal global economy.
by Charles M. Sennott

Most Financial Research Is Probably Wrong, Say Financial Researchers
And if that’s right, the problem isn’t just academic. It means you are probably paying too much for your mutual funds.
by Pat Regnier
What Evidence Is There That QE Works?
The bell has rung for Pavlov’s dogs twice before.
by Russell Napier

50 Percent Of American Workers Make Less Than 28,031 Dollars A Year
The Social Security Administration has just released wage statistics for 2013, and the numbers are startling.
by Michael Snyder
Amazon posts $437M loss in Q3
Company said it lost 95 cents a share in the quarter.
by Jefferson Graham


The Neocons — Masters of Chaos
America’s neoconservatives are creating risks for the world’s economy.
by Robert Parry
Health Industry Cashes In One Year After Rocky Obamacare Rollout
Individuals are still signing up for the expanded Medicaid insurance for poor Americans under the health law in droves.
by Bruce Japsen

Tesla could be banned from opening stores in Michigan
State passes bill that would prevent Tesla from doing business.
by Joseph Nordqvist

Hospital hit by Ebola losing patients, money
Two-thirds of the beds sit empty at Texas Health Presbyterian.
by Chris Isidore and Cristina Alesci
How Much Will Obamacare Cost? Bet on 'More Than Expected'
Government to hide numbers as long as possible.
by Jason Keisling & Nick Gillespie

Why Nations (and organizations) Fail: Self-Serving Elites
A nation is poor precisely because it has been ruled by a narrow elite.
by Charles Hugh Smith
Massachusetts unemployment rises despite job gains
The economy is a house of cards.
by Jim Kinney