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Hear from the founder of Lake Michigan Financial Corporation, Rich Lievense, and his insight on what this blog encompasses.
Both the U.S. and Europe are dealing with big economic issues and political discord. The one likely to recover more quickly might surprise you.
Read "Continental Divide" from the Merrill Lynch Advisor.
In matters of governmental self control, there is no real substitute for will-power. IF we want to get our finances under control, we will need to elect adults to Congress and the White House to get spending in lines with revenues.
Read "Washington Should Try a Little Prudent Self-Restraint" from The New York Times.
This article contains a few hard facts about our national debt.
Read "A Short Primer on the National Debt" from The Wall Street Journal Online.
Washington, DC always seems to be an island unto itself. Perhaps they have been so insulated from the everyday concerns of the American public that they are unsure of the difficult road ahead.
Read "Why Washington Really Likes Itself" from The New York Times.
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