That this question even has to come up shows how things have changed over the last 30 to 40 years. Back in the 70’s, there were multiple choices for going to college that wouldn’t have cost all that much. California didn’t even charge people who qualified to go to state college. In New York, tuition […]

Last week this blog endorsed President Obama for reelection because, based on all this blog had been tracking since he took office, the economy really did better than what people felt it had. Whether all of it was due to him or not might be debatable but it’s time to move forward. 401(K) 2012 via […]

Well, isn’t this interesting? Last week’s unemployment figures and the jobs reports certainly caused quite a stir, didn’t they? Ludovic Bertron via Compfight For those who haven’t kept up, last week it was announced that the unemployment rate fell to 7.8% by the end of September, the first time in 4 years it’s been that […]

While mostly everyone who goes to work for Wall Street is looking to be a millionaire, it looks like that’s certainly not the case for all of them. The office of New York state comptroller, Thomas DiNapoli, has gone on the record saying that up to 10,000 jobs are likely to disappear on Wall Street […]

The last two years have been somewhat interesting as far as looking at what the people we elect have or haven’t done for we, the people. As we get closer to what’s known as midterm elections, I thought it would be interesting to look back to see what’s gone on. I’m going to be as […]

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