Monthly Archives: March 2015

Obama Can’t Fix Stupid

The U.S. Department of Education gave us a surprise this week, when they announced that after actually reviewing data (as opposed to just guessing it), 34% of student loan borrowers are late in payments. The result has been for the … Continue reading

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Oh, Canada…

The CBC is reporting that despite there being a global supply glut in oil, Canada is pumping it out at full bore, then storing it in tankers in the hopes that they can sell it for more money someday. Of … Continue reading

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A Soviet Style Labor Purge Approach to Full Employment

This week the unemployment level fell to 5.5%. This is within the full employment range. However, behind the scenes, there seems to be a purge of the labor force, which will result in full employment numbers. While there are some … Continue reading

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