On The Economic Populist you might have noticed the right column. We try to list other sites and blogs who have exceptional insight and writing on what is happening in the U.S. economy.
Sometimes though, one cannot say it better but miss those who did.
Must Read Post #1
Another scary chart, proving corporations are simply creating jobs....abroad, this time from The Economist. The last two recessions are worst than the Great Depression in terms of job growth.
Must Read Post #2
Calculated Risk is warning on increasing economic negative news:
The news flow is about to take a more negative tone starting with the existing home sales report on August 23rd.
He lists a host of economic reports, most centered on the residential real estate market, that will make the recent economic reports look tepid by comparison.
Must Read Post #3
Once again, regardless of which (ahem) political party is in office, we have the never ending agenda to rip apart social security, rearing it's ugly head. Paul Krugman does a little reality check in fun with mortality tables.
Must Read Post #4
Trade Reform does a call out on some former Bushies trying to justify offshore outsourcing your job. It's a detailed analysis and more one must wonder why the Washington Post continues to publish economic fiction instead of people like Trade Reform who use actual facts?
Must Read Post #5
Public Citizen does a call out on our never ending trade deficit, which undermines any economic recovery.
Must Read Post #6
Alan Tonelson does a call out on why Germany economically recovered. Hello. They have a trade surplus.
Must Read Post #7
Who knew? China's rich have $1.1 trillion in hidden income.
Must Read Post #8
Student Loan debt now exceeds credit card debt. The ticket to ride, called a college degree, has become absurdly expensive. Unfortunately while earning that degree, corporations offshore outsourced the job you hoped to land upon graduation.