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There’s some sobering news Friday about the still sputtering economy, and the repercussions of errant federal policies on the nation’s future. It doesn’t bode well, and everyone from single impoverished mothers to Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman are worried. So why does nothing get fixed?
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“Today the stock market is high not from profits from expanding sales revenues, but from labor cost savings,” former Reagan Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts writes in CounterPunch.
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sales were up in July by the most they’ve been in four months, a sign that consumers in general remain confident despite lagging employment. (more)
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