Falling into debt was completely unanticipated – and that’s exactly why it happened.
My now-husband (then boyfriend) and I rented our own place together after I moved across the country. 195 more words
While driving into work this morning, the morning news was reporting on speculation that the Federal Reserve Bank (FED) might announce that they will begin raising interest rates sometime next year. 526 more words
From a speech by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro this weekend:
147 more words
There is no possibility of default, unless we would decide to not pay anymore as part of an economic strategy for development, and that’s not the strategy that has been constructed in these years of economic thought laid out by Hugo Chavez.
From Thomas Jefferson, among many noteworthy accomplishments, he was the third president of the United States and chief author of the Declaration of Independence:
79 more words
And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.
By Jordan Weissmann
In a more fair universe, the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego would be dead and buried by now. One of the more wretched citizens of legal academy, the small, private institution is known for its 865 more words