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Interview with Neil Cavuto

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David provides an example of the first step that government should take to assist the nation in ending this financial perfect storm.  With good analogies and a historical perspective, this four minute interview provides give and take with Neil Cavuto.

The Wall Street Journal: Fed Should Cut Losses And End the QE Plan

Your article "Fed Stimulus Likely in 2013" (page one, Nov. 29) alerts us to the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will purchase additional government debt to spur economic growth. From a practical stand point, if QEI and QEII were successful, why is QEIII necessary?
Fed Should Cut Losses And End the QE Plan

The New York Times: Worrying About Inflation

Re “Inflated Worries,” by Laurence H. Meyer (Op-Ed, March 25):
There is plenty to worry about.
Worrying About Inflation

Separate Fact from Fiction on New Deal

With another stimulus package being debated on the Senate floor, Breuhan takes a more precise historical look at the causes of the Great Depression. There are lessons to be learned from the events that led America into the Great Depression and government actions that prolonged it. Take a close look at this timely essay and learn which market based actions ended the worst economic crisis in American history. 
Separate Fact from Fiction on New Deal

Lessons From History

Offering keen insights on history's lessons on recessions and how those lessons illustrate that the current bailout plan of the big three may hurt and not save the national economy, David Breuhan speaks on the air to Craig Fahle of WDET's Detroit Today. Listen to David's segment:
Final Stretch for the Big 3 Loan

Government Must Rein in Spending

Inflation is a monetary phenomenon. As the National Debt increases by $1.7 billion per day, it is impossible to grow the economy fast enough to service the debt.
Government Must Rein in Spending , Crain’s 2008 (PDF)

Climbing National Debt Weakens Dollar

Growing National Debt is manifesting itself in the emergence of an ever-weakening American Dollar.
Low Dollar Linked to National Debt, Crain’s 2007 (PDF)

National Debt on Pace to Exceed GDP

The National Debt can be calculated to reach the GDP in the year 2023 at $32 trillion, based on growth rates of both metrics in the first part of the 2000 decade. Given the current economic slowdown and the rapid growth of the national debt, this may now occur before 2020.
National Debt to Exceed GDP, Crain’s 2006 (PDF)

Free Trade Aids Stock Prices, Consumers

There is a direct relationship between trade, future earnings and stocks. Free trade creates earnings and earnings drive markets. Free trade means peace; you don’t declare war on your customers.
Free Trade Benefits Stocks, Consumers, Crain’s 2005 (PDF)

Tariffs and the Party of Free Trade

The steel tariffs of 2002 helped depress the equity markets and destroy manufacturing jobs in the United States. Free trade Republicans turn their backs on the evolutionary process of trade.
Tariffs and the Party of Free Trade, Barron’s, 2003 (PDF)

Does China Trade Hurt Michigan?

The author supports free trade with China and other nations.
Investments Improve Prosperity, Detroit News, 2006 (PDF)