WHY THE U.S. IS IN AN INVISIBLE DEPRESSION

According to Al Lewis on The News Hub, we're actually in a depression right now, but most people don't see it. One out of seven Americans are on food stamps - if they weren't getting cards in the mail every month, you'd see them in soup lines.

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THE CONSUMER OF THE FUTURE? EMPOWERED!

Businesses today tend to herd customers as if they were cattle, but a revolution in personal empowerment is under way-and buying will never be the same again, says author Doc Searls. He discusses his new book, "The Intention Economy," with WSJ's Gary Rosen.

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