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This entry is a part of our larger series … “There is no ‘Debt Doomsday’ Approaching“.   The first entry in this series can be found here at this link.  We continue the discussion from the last entry. Thus far in this series, we have used Mr. Delzio’s work to illustrate how the United States economy actually functions.   We...

This entry is a part of our larger series … “There is no ‘Debt Doomsday’ Approaching“.   The first entry in this series can be found here at this link.  We continue the discussion from the last entry. We often find that many individuals attempt to comment on the economy, and confuse two very basic components of economic functions....

This entry is a part of our larger series … “There is no ‘Debt Doomsday’ Approaching“.   The first entry in this series can be found here at this link.  We continue the discussion from the last entry. For a portion of this series, we are first referring to Edward J. Delzio’s work on “The National Deb(i)t“. The...

This entry is a part of our larger series … “There is no ‘Debt Doomsday’ Approaching“.   The first entry in this series can be found here at this link.  We continue the discussion from the last entry. For a portion of this series, we are first referring to Edward J. Delzio’s work on “The National Deb(i)t“.  Mr....

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