American consumer confidence continues to drop, as does the value of their houses.
The general state of the economy and gloom employment prospects caused the Consumer Confidence Index™ to drop to its lowest since its creation in 1967, reveals the Conference Board, an economic research institute.
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There swirls around the figure or persona of Mr. Obama a set of expectations radically disconnected from rationality. He cannot possibly match the fantasies he inspires in some.
One could say that it’s an American version of “reasonable agreements.” The leaders of the Summum sect Utah could formulate their request in such words.
This winter, the Supreme Court will have to make short work of a ticklish problem. Summum, a sect founded in 1975, mixes new age, Judaism and antique Egyptian [Read more]
To cut a long story short, American cars may cost you a great deal of money, even when you don’t buy them.
If Mr. Obama were a standard politician, the empty résumé would have done him in. But this is precisely the point about Mr. Obama, that he has blasted free of that category.
There is much pain in the United States today, but not much humility. Nor is there prudence.
The primary task of the new president will consist above all in re-establishing the credibility of the United States in the world, judges Francis Fukuyama. Passing through Paris, the famous political scientist from John Hopkins University delivered his impressions to a select audience of the French Institute of [Read more]