So today we learn that the VA in LA is shredding un-opened disability letters from Vets. At the same time HUD has a waiting list of 1,000,000 but will not kick out HUD renters that make $500k per year.
What a country! What a Govt. (Get a Govt job and you have to kill a fricken Lion in Africa to get fired.)
Great data. I guess I will not move to Hawaii after all. But South Carolina looks like a deal.
Notice the states with rent control and building restrictions cost the most? Less Govt Less Cost?
Hum, now I get the Feds on my side. I saw this when they made us put a expiration date on charcoal in the lab. (2yrs)
So the use by dates are not accurate, who knew.
Notice the very last graph in this article, it says it all. We are in a very different place with regards to reported Govt stats when compared to actual demand in the economy. With the divergence we are either undercounting all the good stuff we are buying or we are over counting the jobs created. With QE, Sweden now paying negative interest rates for Govt bonds, and the 200 trillion dollars worth of debt worldwide we are starting to experience a BIG change.
Wow! In 2008 the whole student loan program cost the Feds 500 million and today it is 22 billion in the hole. Can we say having the Feds take it over did not work? Also, if the universities that got the money were on the hook for half think this would happen?
So the Police raid a poker game (that is not illegal) and take the money. Is that not what government is doing everywhere? I know that the police seem to need a lot more frozen Margarita machines lately. I get the sense that Al Capone is now a policeman.
Good to know that our future AG only took three years to determine that a vending machine company has large cash deposits and it had nothing to do with drugs. She also prided herself on how much money she brought in thru civil forfeiture laws. We are in the best of hands.