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Exaggerating Demographics

Written by Steven Hansen One of the common beliefs of the new normal is the demographic shift to an aging population which does not spend money – lowering the historical GDP potential. This is discussed as being one of the triggers for the Great Recession of 2007. Many forecasters continue to adjust for the headwinds …

New Study Confirms that Lower Corporate Tax Rates Don’t Create Jobs

by Yves Smith, Naked Capitalism Corporate executives love to peddle the notion that they need to have their low tax payments reduced even further, even as the share of GDP represented by company profits is at unprecedentedly high levels. In fact, corporations paid between 5% and 6% of GDP in taxes in the early 1950 …

How America’s Short Sightedness Hampers Long-Term Growth!

Four Graphs Showing A Nation in Decline, an Unnecessary and Easily Fixed Decline. by Fabius Maximus, FabiusMaximus.com Summary: We mock China for their over investment in infrastructure. Gleaming new factories, high-speed trains, subways. Foolish ants. Exceptional America does it better. As a third in this series, we look at some pictures of how much America …