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» Yet Another Reason The EconoPundit Is Still A Hottie.... from Villainous Company
...for one thing he is unparalleled at lobbing snark at the EU: re: "warnings the world may dump the dollar and move on to that oh-more-nuanced Euro": ...I have a question about all this. Roughly 25% of the US landmass... [Read More]

» Some Perspective, Please from Insulted
My liberal friends on here are awfully fond of complaining that our national debt is a serious problem that will slowly bankrupt us over the next several decades. Quite simply, they're all wrong, absolutely, utterly wrong. When placed in the... [Read More]

» US: Rich Country, Poor Country from shiningright
Several of you commented on my affirmation of the fundamental strength of the US economy despite our dependence on foreign capital (post is here) including Henry who takes a more balanced view.Aren't both assessments right? The United States has a [Read More]

» Sex, Lies, and Econoblogging: Is The Sky Falling? from Villainous Company
Having spent the last four days in the grip of a particularly vicious migraine, I awoke this morning hungry for revenge. Then it hit me: what better way to wallow in decadence and give rein to my wildest fantasies than... [Read More]

» Debt as a percent of GDP from Airborne Combat Engineer
[LINK] The Skeptical Optimist The Skeptical Optimist provides a better debt clock (in the upper right corner) which provides the National Debt, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and Debt as a % of GDP. As of this posting, Debt is [Read More]