The Ugly Truth About That 'Great' Jobs Report

David Harsanyi Human Events 10/5/2012

The Labor Department reported today that U.S. employers added 114,000 jobs in September. The unemployment rate fell to 7.8 percent – where it was when Barack Obama took office and not at the 5.8 his administration forecasted.

No doubt, the top headline of a dropping unemployment rate is helpful for […]

Discord At The Fed Has Bernanke Out On A Limb

James Cooper The Fiscal Times via Business Insider 3/29/2011

The voices of dissent within the Federal Reserve are growing louder, fueled by concerns that current monetary policy could boost inflation by keeping interest rates too low for too long in a growing economy.

In recent weeks at least four Fed officials have suggested that policymakers […]

Divesting in America: PIMCO Dumps U.S. Treasury Bonds from Portfolio

15 March 2011

CAJ note: Last week we published the PIMCO information in our post, “It will never be any easier or cheaper to fix this problem than it is right now…”

PJTV Front Page with Allen Barton 3/14/2011

PIMCO [Pacific Investment Management Co.] is the world’s largest bond fund. PIMCO’s Bill Gross recently announced […]

More Good news: Fed Passes China as leading Holders of Treasuries

Rob Taylor Red Alerts: The American Survival Blog 2/2/2011

Hyperinflation here we come:

The Federal Reserve has surpassed China as the leading holder of US Treasury securities even though it has yet to reach the halfway mark in its latest round of quantitative easing, according to official figures.

Based on weekly data released on Thursday, […]

Washington orders another free lunch

Peter Schiff Euro Pacifica Capital 12/10/2010

…If we had a truly independent Federal Reserve (one that was not willing to buy all the excess government debt) these larger deficits would make much more of an immediate and discernable impact on the financial markets and the economy. A glut of government debt should lead to much […]

Good news for sound money: Ron Paul will lead monetary policy subcommittee

Julie Borowski FreedomWorks 12/9/2010

The movement to audit the Fed won a huge victory last night. Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) who has been a leading critic of the Federal Reserve for decades will lead the Monetary Policy Subcommittee. In other words, the author of the book “End the Fed” will be overseeing the central bank. […]