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For most Americans, it is like the Middle Ages again -- until perhaps like the Greeks, the country elects a populist instead of an elitist as president.
The president's proposal to tax corporate profits parked overseas will kill jobs in America and impose stealth taxes on the elderly.
Greece should exit the euro, unless German Chancellor Angela Merkel blinks on austerity measures.
Dropping money from airplanes can't save the eurozone.
Here's why that is a bad idea.
A look at community colleges reveals much is lacking.
The economy added 252,000 jobs in December -- down from 353,000 in November. With GDP growth slowing, prospects for jobless Americans are worsening.
Overall, the employment situation is not good, but there are some steps the country can take to help.
The new Congress must work with the president.
This bull market still has legs, and stocks easily could rise another 25%. Here's why.