WTF? Feds Shutting Down Economic Data Site

Friday, February 15, 2008 | 10:15 AM

Due to budgetary constraints, the Economic Indicators service (http://www.economicindicators.gov) will be discontinued effective March 1, 2008


First we heard the bullshit about the costs of reporting M3 -- just before that aspect of money supply went sky high.

Now this.

This new development implies (by parallel comparison to M3) that the economy is actually far, far worse than previously believed.

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The reason citizens should never let their government stop reporting ANY information is that the they get to liking it.

I need to think about what can be done about this . . .


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Due to budgetary constraints, the Economy will be discontinued effective March 1, 2008

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