What If the National Debt Were Your Debt?

According to the White House Office of Management and Budget, the federal government collected $2.2 trillion in 2011. That includes revenue from all sources: income taxes, payroll taxes, corporate taxes, excise taxes, estate taxes, tariffs, and all other sorts of taxes and fees. Also in 2011, the federal government spent $3.8 trillion and was $14.6 […]

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Financial Advisor Can Help Build Your Credit After Bankruptcy – Professor Savings

Hi! Blair with Professor Savings here, with tips on building credit after bankruptcy. Paying bills on time too is of utmost importance. Irrespective of whether you need to pay up for your credit cards bills or some other creditors get into the habit of paying off your bill on a timely basis. Here are other […]

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Debt Sustainability Analysis | IMFx on edX | About Video

SPEAKER 1: Government debt crisis, austerity measures, defaults, bail-outs– these topics have dominated the world economy in recent years. They have led people to take to the streets, forced governments to step down, and brought world leaders together in search of workable solutions. Understanding debt sustainability is key to solving these issues. But what is […]

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Questions on Criminal Law with Kinsella & Foley Defense | Criminal Defense Attorneys

– A lot of times they’ll ask me, “How can you represent these people “that have committed these horrible crimes?” And my response is always, “I represent the person, not their crime.” (uptempo groove) – If the cops do their jobs, we’re not getting any thing different, other than helping that person maybe, we’re gonna […]

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The Brothers Gracchi – How Republics Fall – Extra History – #1

The Republic is at a precipice. Elections are happening like nobody’s ever seen. Demagogues preach the politics of violence in the streets. Vast amounts of foreign labor instill fear in the native workforce. And the rich sit simply consuming all they can, blind to the poor masses that can only take so much before they […]

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