Jun 11 2012

How to lose 40 percent of your net worth in 3 years – Americans see their net worth collapse during the recession. Federal Reserve survey highlights a case of austerity for the masses and social welfare for the politically connected.

Working and middle class families already feel the burden of a more limited financial middle in our economy.  What was once taken for granted such as affordable quality college education, homes with moderate mortgages, and healthcare costs that didn’t put families on the verge of bankruptcy are now largely harder to come by.  The Federal […]

Mar 6 2012

The crisis of solvency – peak debt, peak food stamp usage, and massive financial deception by media. The faux economy of solving a solvency issue with more debt. Job postings up but hiring flat.

The economy is largely running on a solid amount of debt, Orwellian news, and selective perception.  Take for example the absolute lack of coverage on our peak debt situation.  The media simply assumes that going over the $15 trillion mark on national debt was somehow a story not worth reporting.  The total amount we have […]

Apr 7 2009

Credit card companies shut down 8 million credit card accounts in February while accepting more Bailout Credit Cards from the U.S. Treasury. 400 Million Credit Card Accounts still open.

Many American households have been strapped for money for many years.  The benefit of having a debt bubble is the ability to cover up troubling economic trends and drown out any noise while people feed at the bubble.  During this time, credit was easily accessible and many families used credit cards as a bridge loan […]

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