Alabama V.S. Obama’s War On Coal

yellowhammernews.com […]The study by National Economic Research Associates (NERA) estimates Alabamians’ electricity costs will jump by 19 percent as a result of increased regulations on power plants. NERA estimates U.S. energy company expenditures will increase by between $29 and $39… Continue Reading

Sessions: ‘For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce’

The Weekly Standard “Today’s jobs report underscores a deeper problem facing our economy: a large and growing block of people who are chronically jobless and completely outside the workforce. In December, the economy added only 74,000 jobs – not nearly… Continue Reading

Oxford Professors: Robots And Computers Could Take Half Our Jobs Within The Next 20 Years

Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog What are human workers going to do when super-intelligent robots and computers are better than us at doing everything?  That is one of the questions that a new study by Dr. Carl Frey and Dr.… Continue Reading

Alabama’s job creation struggle: Growth is not only slow, but also low-quality

al.com Alex Walsh A comparison of job growth in Alabama and Utah published last week looked at changes in unemployment rates and job growth overall. This story goes a level deeper, and looks at the quality of jobs being created… Continue Reading

Senate Bill 744, Death By a Thousand Cuts

Dave Hodges thecommonsenseshow.com It wasn’t until 1913, that this country ever was subjected to the communist inspired practice of paying an income tax. From 1789-1913, the United States raised the bulk of its revenue through tariffs on foreign products being… Continue Reading

The Tip Of The Iceberg Of The Coming Retirement Crisis That Will Shake America To The Core

Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog The pension nightmare that is at the heart of the horrific financial crisis in Detroit is just the tip of the iceberg of the coming retirement crisis that will shake America to the core.  Right… Continue Reading