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(What's Left of) Our Economy: Those New Revised GDP Numbers are the Worst Indictment of U.S. Trade Policy Yet

The new GDP revisions released today by the Commerce Department report that America’s trade performance has slowed the current already sluggish recovery to an even greater degree than previously thought, and that an even greater toll has been taken by the portion of U.S. 730 more words

(What's Left Of) Our Economy

Yes, they are Made by Hand, Made with Love!

Home is a place where you feel complete. A home is not a commodity, it has countless feelings. Home is filled with emotions, and a little love can enhance your mood every now and then. 65 more words

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(What's Left of) Our Economy: The Exim Bank Fight is Much Ado About Very Little

The fight in Washington over resurrecting the Export-Import Bank has gotten so heated that it’s responsible for Texas Republican Senator (and presidential candidate) Ted Cruz calling his Kentucky colleague (and Senate leader) Mitch McConnell… 619 more words

(What's Left Of) Our Economy

Yes, they are made by hands, made with love...

Home is a place where you feel complete. A home is not a commodity, it has countless feelings. Home is filled with emotions, and a little love can enhance your mood every now and then. 65 more words

Decoration

Good News for after the fast

Tisha B’Av is over and normal programming will soon be resumed. But just to give us a little break between the sadness of the last couple of days and the diplomatic and political troubles that are in store for us, here are some good news items. 1,711 more words

Israel News

does greece matter?

GETTING RID OF GREECE ANXIETY…

I recently wrote an article about the importance, or lack of importance, of Greece to the U.S. economy. First off, Greece is a wonderful country, having contributed a lot to modern life. 133 more words

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