Historically Slow Recovery Weighs Down Clinton’s Chances

“I’d give him an ‘A’. I don’t think he gets the credit he deserves for saving our economy from falling into a great depression, for saving the auto industry which represents millions of jobs up and down the supply chain, for beginning the crackdown on Wall Street abuses with Dod-Frank, for getting the Affordable Care…
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Obama’s Anemic Recovery Will Leave Lasting Scars on Young Adults Earning Potential

Do Millennials stand a chance in the real world? That’s the question a New York Times article asks based on depressing new findings from a study conducted by the Urban Institute. The study, which looked at the average net worth of different age groups, found that while older generations are accumulating wealth, younger generations are…
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Disappointing Job Numbers a Hallmark of the Obama Economy

The happy signs of economic growth that dominated the first few months of the year are fading back into the muck of an unlabeled recession. This has all happened before. Remember back to March through May of 2010, when the economy was adding an average of 316,000 jobs per month. Obama immediately tried to work…
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Graduation Excitement Diminished By Obama Economy

Graduation Day is fast approaching. It should be a day of excitement for college students throughout the nation. A day for donning a funny robe and an even funnier hat to listen to some sage wisdom from a hopefully interesting speaker.  It represents the last step towards adulthood, as we move from the classroom to…
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