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Economy, DOW have stagnated for 15 years 34

Oct. 12, 2012 By John Seiler The evidence keeps rushing in that the U.S. and California economies have stagnated for about 15 years. Obviusly, there are bright spots, such Apple, Google and the other Silicon Valley nerd factories. But for

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In Case You’re Wondering What’s Going to Happen to You… 6

John Seiler: It really doesn’t matter who wins the presidency this fall, or the governorship whenever. Both Republicans and Democrats have made a hash of things. The federal government is $15 trillion in debt. And the California state government is

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Latest: Economy Crashing Fast 0

John Seiler: Don’t Gov. Jerry “Jobs Killer” Brown, the Democratic-run Legislature, the government-employee unions and the tax-obsessives in the media see what’s going on? The Depression is back — big time. The economy is crashing — fast. The latest: U.S.

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Forecast: California Economy Stagnating 5

JUNE 23, 2011 By JOHN SEILER California’s economy is growing at a slower pace even than the stagnating U.S. Economy. California jobs creation is sharply lower than U.S. jobs creation. The state, basically, has missed the modest recovery of the

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A Texas-Sized Move for Carl's Jr.? 20

Katy Grimes: If everything really is bigger in Texas, then the departure of the Carl’s Jr. headquarters from California could be big, big, big news. Today, Republican Assemblyman Dan Logue hosted another of his monthly Economic Recovery Group lunch meetings

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Sounds Like California 0

John Seiler: Wikileaks’ recent release of a cable from the U.S. ambassador to Tunisia supposedly led to the downfall of that country’s government. The cable actually looks like it could have been written about the government of another state enjoying

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Forecast: CA Economic Lull to Continue 0

DEC. 8, 2010 By JOHN SEILER When Gov. Jerry Brown takes office in less than a month and deals with the state’s $25 billion budget deficit, he will get no more help from the state’s economy than he has from

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