Economic Disaster

From well-paid business executives to low-paid retail workers, everyone I talked with is weighed down by something similar -- the anxiety generated by hard times. Across the class spectrum, we all feel insecure. We just feel it and deal with it in different ways.
Nearly half of U.S. households are living one misstep away from financial disaster because they don’t have enough savings to sustain themselves in case of an emergency. HuffPost Associate Business Editor Caroline Fairchild joins Abby to offer her thoughts.
Many of the Americans living on the financial edge are employed and living a middle-class lifestyle, the report found. Three
If most of us take for granted that we should be there for our fellow citizens during natural disasters, using the tool of government, why is it so controversial that we should also lend a helping hand during man-made economic disasters?
Tim, Tim, Tim. You've been throwing around a lot of scary words like "disaster" and "hardship" and you seem a little tense. Don't freak out. You're a babe in the woods when it comes to financial hardship, so let me guide you through this.
Let's hope that our audacious belief in the 'change' candidate of 2008 pays off in the final scene; after all, the price
So it's been to the free market system and the oligarchs have cut whatever corners they want to. In this case they have shown
He's unleashed what the party line must be, and finally, it's out there in public where it belongs: it's the Republicans we should be railing against, not each other.