Can Lee Byberg Claim Victory Over Collin Peterson?

Joining the political scene in 2010, Lee Byberg when he tried running for U.S. Representative for Minnesota’s 7th congressional district. He was born on August 26th, 1962 in Brazil, Paraguay, later moving to Norway. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in the year 1990. He is a member of the Republican party who lost […]

There But for Fortune – Effects of Unemployment on Everyday Life

I have just finished filing for my last unemployment check. That may not sound like a big deal to anyone, but let me assure you that it is. I’ve been on unemployment benefits for 18 months, thanks to the many government extensions that have been granted. Since my chosen field has been sales to the […]

Calvinomics – The Myth That Ovespending Caused the Recession

The economy is still in trouble and there will be more discussion about it in the coming weeks and months. We should not let morality obscure that discussion. Certainly we should strive for economic reforms that reward hard work and innovation rather than Wall St. coin clipping. We should also do what we can to make sure everyone has a fair chance at economic prosperity. But we shouldn’t let ourselves be led into the trap of believing that prudent spending is a sin or that our economy should go to hell.[…]

Dismal Recovery – How Will the Jobless Survive?

I suspect the epithet, “the dismal science,” persists because economists tend to deal with numbers, and numbers have very little regard for our wishful thinking.[…]

No Pain, No Gain – More Benefits of Economic Recession

Despair has a talent for spreading itself around, and while some feel encouraged to look on the bright side of the current economic recession, those whose lives have been ravaged often remain understandably cynical. Perhaps the only universal silver lining is acknowledging a fundamental truth—the only thing that will never change, is the reality that […]

Causes of Economic Recession

Situations which cause economic recession and the ripple effects that they can have.

Accountability and Innovation – Timothy Geithner and the House Financial Services Committee

Critics of financial regulation say, among many other things, that increased regulation will stifle innovation. Over the past year, it has become clear that many innovations are indistinguishable from scams, and these types of innovations should certainly be stifled.

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