On Thursday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that more than half of Americans have lost their jobs due to a recession and that roughly two-thirds of those who have lost jobs have been in the workforce for less than a year.
That’s the latest in a string of news from the federal government, which has seen a steady decline in unemployment.
As the chart above shows, the federal debt per capita is currently around $18,800.
If the federal deficit remains the same as it was before the Great Recession, then the federal borrowing would be $9,000 per person, which would be roughly the same per capita as it is today.
While the national debt may be falling, the country’s economy is growing faster than it has in decades, and there’s a lot of money flowing into the country that’s not spending it.
While we may not be seeing a recession as deep as the one in 2008, there’s still a lot more debt than we could possibly afford to deal with.
This chart shows the cumulative amount of total debt in the U.S. As of August 2016, the total amount of outstanding debt was $19.5 trillion.
Of this, roughly $3.6 trillion is currently in default, and the remainder is owed by private companies, individuals, and government agencies.
For this reason, the U:S.
is still far from meeting its goal of reducing the national total debt to $16.6 Trillion by 2021.
This isn’t just a matter of having a surplus.
The debt that the country is owed isn’t being used to pay back debts, but rather, to cover the cost of paying for a host of other social, economic, and political costs that we simply can’t afford to pay for.
The U. S. has a debt problem, but it’s also the most unequal country in the world When the national government borrows more than the national economy, that debt is used to prop up other people’s economic systems.
In other words, the public debt serves as an invisible tax on the private sector.
That debt is created by individuals, businesses, and governments to support their lifestyles and to pay their taxes.
It’s not as though the government can’t borrow money from private sources to pay its debts.
It just can’t.
The government can borrow to cover its debts and fund programs like Social Security and Medicare, but this spending is not an “investment” in the public interest.
This is because there is no economic benefit to this kind of spending.
If there was, then everyone would be spending their money on things like the NHS or the military.
Instead, the government’s debt is being used for a variety of other purposes.
The first is to pay the interest on the national debts, which amount to around $1.6 TRILLION in total.
This interest payment alone covers the interest payments on the debts that the U S. owes the private corporations and individuals that own and operate our economy.
This includes the interest that the government has to pay on interest-bearing debt, such as the federal and state bonds.
But what if the government was to simply write off the interest paid on these interest- bearing debt instead?
That would mean that the interest would be paid back by the government to the public in the form of the same tax revenue that it collects.
In effect, the private debt would become a debt in and of itself, and all that debt would be repaid by the public.
That is, the interest is actually a tax on private citizens.
In short, if you want to cut taxes, it is best to cut your taxes to the private sectors that are responsible for these debts.
That would leave more money for public investments, including infrastructure, education, and other social programs.
In fact, the CBO report that I cited above estimated that, for every $1 spent on social programs, the deficit would be reduced by $7.
If you want the economy to grow, it’s best to do so in a way that increases tax revenue.
This has the potential to create an even more unequal society.
When you have a private debt that you’re not paying back, it doesn’t matter whether you are a wealthy individual or a small business owner.
If a large corporation has a large amount of debt that it owes you, you will pay less tax in the future because of the increased tax revenue from its tax debt.
However, if a small-business owner has a very large amount that he or she owes you and is unable to pay it, then you will be paying a higher percentage of your income in taxes because your income will be more heavily taxed.
In this way, the increased inequality that we’re seeing today is not a consequence of the debt crisis, but is a result of the tax code.
In the past, the wealthy have paid higher tax rates because they were able to claim more deductions and exemptions.
But now, these deductions and exclusions are being