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The U.S. economy grew slower in the third quarter of the year than initially forecast according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), which revised third-quarter growth down from a 3.5 percent annualized increase to 2.8 percent.

MSNBC reported on November 23 that America may be looking at a two-tier system of medical care. The news organization described the care at a clinic with two doors, one for those who pay for their medical services when the service is given, and the other for those who want the clinic to bill the patient’s insurer.

On November 19, the House Financial Services Committee advanced a bill that calls for the General Accounting Office to conduct a comprehensive audit of the Federal Reserve by the end of 2010.

We dont have to hire historians to see where deficit spending will take us.  We have only to look around now.  Since the end of World War II, some of history's greatest national disasters have taken place right here in the Americas.  North Americans used to laugh or shake their heads at the economies of the south that seemed always on the brink of collapse.  Banana republics, we derisively called them.  We're not laughing now.

President Obama’s stimulus package is reviving the economy and providing work for eager Americans all over the country. Don’t believe it? Just ask the folks that live in Arizona’s 15th Congressional District.

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