Showing All "Economic Crisis" Posts

At least SOMEONE has the courage to stand up to the President of the United States when he's asleep at the wheel. Once again, Lindsay Lohan tweets truth to power. I'm not sure what Mitt Romney's…   Read Story »
You've got to hand it to CNBC, they are nothing if not consistent. If you are a guest on that network, you are probably going to get asked some kind of question about your economic views. Even if you…   Read Story »
After the jump, we have two local news stories, and they are both pretty sweet, but which of them is THE SWEETEST? Sorry, guys, but this is a dog eat dog world we live in and you can't just have two…   Read Story »
From the YouTube description: 1.4 billion people live on less than $1.25 per day. But how much is 1.4 billion, really? That is 1 in every 5 people on this earth live in poverty. Statistics like…   Read Story »
Wassssssssuuuuuuuuuuuuup! Yo young women who don't just reTumbl things but occasionally post original content and young dudes who aren't afraid to show enthusiasm for things as long as the…   Read Story »
Honestly, I'm not even sure who Octomom is. I've totally heard her name before, and I know she's the mother of a bunch of squids, but that's about it. Lucky me! I really dodged a bullet with her…   Read Story »
Wait, does this mean we get to vote for Herman Cain again? Love that guy. Great President. Not entirely sure why J.J. Abrams is in this, but I'm sure he has his reasons. The important thing is that…   Read Story »
They say that you never know what the future holds, and it's really true. An entire life can change in an instant. Life is what happens when you're busy posting Instagrams, or whatever. But on an…   Read Story »
There was a very interesting article in the New York Times yesterday that focussed on a particularly hard-hit county in Minnesota to discuss the socio-economic paradox in which the people who rely…   Read Story »
Patrick Meighan, a writer on Family Guy, was arrested at the Occupy LA protest, and has written about his experience. It is worth reading. And speaking of politics and civil unrest, don't forget to…   Read Story »