Tag Archive: debt

Nov 30

Government Deficits and Debt (at all levels around the world)

The day of reckoning has finally come. The madness must end. Ever since around the 80’s, virtually all levels of government in many parts of the world (most noticeably in the ‘have’ nations) have been spending with reckless abandon. This problem is most apparent in the rich countries. A tide of liberalism has brought with it a sense of entitlement among the electorate that is all too easily enticing to lame-duck politicians. Continue reading ...

Sep 10

Government Deficits, Debt, Bankruptcy and You!

Governments around the world are facing spiraling deficits and growing debt – even bankruptcy. We are facing a global fiscal crisis that threatens our way of life. What does this mean to you? Continue reading ...

Sep 03

Frugal Living and Baby

This is my first regarding frugal living and babies (my first child is due this weekend).  I am incredibly excited and nervous (see my previous post, Loose Change).   Not a bad nervous; more of a ‘What should I expect?’ nervous.  As such, you will not hear from me for a short while but I promise to be back soon.  Keep checking back and writing comments. Continue reading ...