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SS/Treasury Visits Old Debts of the Parents on Today’s Children

Editor’s Note – God may not “visit the sins of the father on his sons” but the Federal Government certainly tries to do just that. In the most recent case, the Social Security Administration is visiting a debt of the parent, from 1977 upon the child today. An apparent over payment to a widow to […]

Russia Holds all the Cards – Thank the Freddie/Fannie Debt in Part

By Scott W. Winchell and Denise Simon – SUA Editors When we see that what is happening in the Crimea has roots that date back long ago, we see why Putin can do whatever he wants because he holds a huge hammer over the US, a huge economic hammer. The Chinese hold a similar hammer […]

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2014 Setting Up for a 2009 Style Bubble Burst?

Editor’s Note – The conditions are ripe again it appears. The article below explains what happened in 2009. It tells us that the market is still in a bubble and due to the continued uneasiness going forward, Wall Street Industrials will experience the same thing it did in 2009. You be the judge in the war […]

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Jobs Report – Weather a Major Factor says “Cheat Sheet”

Editor’s Note – The February Job Report is in, and the numbers tell different stories, but one thing was for sure, uncommonly severe weather impacted the entire economy across the entire country. Fed Beige Book Confirms Weather Stomped on U.S. Economy in Early 2014 By Meghan Foley – Wall Street Cheat Sheet “Weather” was referenced […]

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Engstrom – Government Power Grab Pours Billions Into Silver

By David Engstrom - Lear Capital As the world scrambles to get “Green,” the solar silver phenomenon is growing.  Japan just became the fifth country, behind the U.S., China, Germany and Italy, to reach the 10 gigawatt capacity level for solar energy.  In the wake of Fukushima, efforts to develop alternative and renewable energy sources have been stepped […]

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Engstrom – Sliding in Plain Sight – Gold Holding Bold

Editor’s Note – Our new partners at Lear Capital have agreed to share some of their economic insight with our readers here at SUA. In a continuing series beginning today, we will be highlighting a category on our homepage focusing on our nation’s and the world’s economic issues in 2014. We trust their valuable insight will […]

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‘Misery Index’ – States See Record High Long-term Unemployment

Editor’s Note – The number of ‘Pinocchio Awards’ for the President’s State of the Union Speech last Tuesday just seems to grow and grow. Fact checking is a hobby now, not just a journalist’s duty. The “Pants on Fire” awards, or the number of “Pinocchios” awarded will likely cause many a group to start hiring […]

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More Lies – This Time, Oct 2012 Jobs Report

Editor’s Note – The numbers just did not add-up. Monthly Jobs Reports were suspect for good reason. Just like any number coming from DC, we asked you every time to look behind the numbers. Turns out, the BLS was feeding us a set of cooked books, at least on one provable occasion. In the past, […]

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US Companies Not Spending Due to Instability of Gov

Editor’s Note – At the time of this posting, the Senate had still not voted on the latest deal to reopen the government and extend the debt ceiling for a new round of shenanigans in late 2013 into early 2014. The deal must also pass the House but there is serious doubt that it will. […]

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Its now official – Detroit is the Most Broke City in America Ever

UPDATED – July 22, 2013 – 6:12 PM Eastern Editor’s Note – Motor City, Motown, is sick from lack of money and the rest of America does not feel so well herself.  So goes yet another city that has filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, the largest city in America ever to do so. When San […]

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