Dr. Michael Busler, Ph.D.

Apr 8, 2021
Recently released data by the Labor Department shows that more than 916,000 jobs were added in March. That means of the 22 million Americans that became unemployed last March and April, only 8.4 million remain unemployed. In the last 11 months, the economy added more than...

Mar 26, 2021
Recently, both Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said that although the economy is forecast by them to grow 6.5% this year, more stimulus is needed. That means nearly $6 trillion of already-approved government stimulus is not enough....

Mar 19, 2021
Many economists and much of the public are beginning to worry about the massive increase in the money supply and the massive increase in deficit spending. With a public debt approaching $30 trillion and a money supply that has increased by 25% in the last two years, the...

Mar 15, 2021
Education mastermind John Dewey transformed the way we approach teaching and learning. He had the right idea, that is to engage the mind in learning, over a century ago: "Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand...

Mar 9, 2021
Electric cars have a problem - well, two problems.But they're not the underlying problem.The two problems most people know about are range and recharge times. Though advances have been made, the typical electric car still can't travel as far as a combustion-engined car, and...

Mar 5, 2021
Recently released data about jobs, retail sales, and industrial production indicate that not only is more stimulus not needed but any more stimulus will be counterproductive and will cause more severe problems in the future. That's probably not enough to stop Congress from...

Dec 14, 2020
The current weakness in the economy is solely the result of government-imposed shutdowns in the service sector. The Trump Administration’s position is to not set a national policy but allow the governors of each state to set their own policy.

Dec 2, 2020
Recently a panel of distinguished economists who will likely advise Joe Biden, met virtually at the Brookings Institute to discuss the impact of annual government budget deficits and the total public debt.

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