The Fall of Too Big To Fail
McDonald’s, Monsanto now in steep financial declines.
4 of 10 Americans are one bill from disaster
“People don’t have enough money for unplanned expenses…” says chief financial analyst.
by CBS News

Existing Home Sales Plunge (and Don't Blame The Weather)
Slowly but surely, all the lies and easy money propaganda is falling apart.
by Zero Hedge
There’s No Political Freedom Without Economic Freedom
Economic freedom is the foundation of all freedom.
by Patrick Barron

Why The "1%" Hates The Gold Standard
Between 1930 and 1970, it was only the “bottom 90%” that saw their incomes rise.
by Zero Hedge
The Obamas Valentine's Day Getaway Cost
Taxpayers spend millions on Obama holiday.

South Korea’s Keynesian Experiment Goes Global
South Korea engages in central planning of economy.
by Ryan McMaken
A Growing Number of Wealthy Federal Employees
“The rich don’t really think they’re rich.”
by Ralph Smith

How Truly Free Markets Help the Poor
Governments work to crush small businesses on a daily basis.
by Ryan McMaken
Can Europe Recover From Its Easy-Money Obsession?
Not too early to ask when a system based on stable money might return.
by Brendan Brown

Bank Hackers Steal Millions via Malware
Tens of millions taken from banks worldwide.
by David E. Sanger & Nicole Perlroth
What Do Americans Think About the Pension Crisis?
Most realize the problems, but they don’t want tax increases or spending cuts to fix them.
by Scott Shackford

Obama giving immigrants 'amnesty bonuses' despite economic woes
“I think these amnesty rewards, and that’s what they are, need to be stopped.”
by Stephen Ohlemacher
AIG posted a lower fourth-quarter profit weighed down by its huge-cost debt
Global insurer reports massive decline.
by Nick Jayson

The Number of U.S. Oil Rigs Continues to Tumble
Production rises despite falling number of oil rigs.
by Tom Randall
Cattle prices rise after Canada confirms new case of mad cow disease
Beef prices continue fluctuation.
by David Ljunggren & Scott Haggett