The New York Times: ‘America is going to have to get very creative to protect itself’
This is the headline of a front-page article from The New New York Time today: “America is Going to Have to Get Very Creative to Protect Its Own.”
This is not the headline for the story, however, as the story itself is actually a fairly typical headline: The American Empire Is At Risk, a story by William H. Pierce Jr. It has no news value.
It’s just another day in America.
The headline is misleading and the piece is nothing more than a story about the next major economic crisis, which is what we’ll get in the next couple of days.
The story is titled “America’s Economic Collapse.”
Pierce is a Wall Street Journal reporter who has written on economics and finance, and the title of this piece is a perfect example of how it’s a classic bait-and-switch.
The article is about how a major economic downturn is coming and how we have to make sure that our economy is strong and that we don’t fall into the trap of falling into a deflationary trap, which will lead to another crisis.
Here’s how the piece begins: “The next crisis, of course, will be the collapse of America’s economic system, or rather, the collapse that the country’s economy and the world economy have been in for the past few years.”
Here’s the problem with this article: it’s not a story that anyone would ever read in The New World, The New Times, The Wall Street Wall Street, or any other publication, and that is exactly what it is.
Pierce’s article doesn’t say that the next crisis will be a crisis that is going, well, deflationary.
In fact, Pierce never says that.
What he says is that the economy is going in the wrong direction.
He doesn’t even say that it’s going in a deflationative direction.
This is exactly the type of headline that you would expect from a front page story about a major financial crisis.
But that’s not the article.
It is the title that has the headline.
It says, “America Is Going to Get VERY Creative to Avoid Collapse” which is not a headline at all.
The title is misleading because it tells us nothing about what the article actually says.
The only thing it says is: “THE UNITED STATES IS GOING TO GET VERY CREEPY TO PREVENT ITSELF FROM GETTING LOST TO COLLAPSE BY ITS OWN ECONOMY.”
What is the New York State Department of Labor (NYSL) going to do?
It’s going to hire thousands of economists, economists from outside of New York, to help with the job creation.
They will do this because they know that if they’re going to create jobs they need to create a lot of them.
They know that unless the United States can become more competitive, its economy will suffer.
The NYSL wants to create more jobs, and so they want to do this by hiring economists from abroad.
They also want to hire more foreign economists because they want them to come in with their own research.
They want them not to be hired by the Federal Reserve or the Department of Treasury.
The reason they want foreign economists is because they think they’re better at helping people find jobs.
They think they can be more effective than people coming from the United State.
If they think so, why should we hire them?
There’s no way they would hire the experts from the Fed or Treasury.
Why would we hire people from outside the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, or Canada?
The problem with the New Times article is that it has absolutely nothing to do with what’s actually happening.
It makes no mention of the fact that unemployment is falling, the number of Americans working part time, or the fact the economy has recovered from the financial crisis of 2008-09.
It also doesn’t mention the fact Wall Street and the other financial sectors are having trouble finding enough new jobs.
The New NY Times article has nothing to say about that either.
Instead, it’s telling us that the economic system is in trouble, and it wants us to do something about it.
Here is what it actually says: “This crisis, for better or worse, is not over, but it is approaching its peak and we need to get creative to avoid a catastrophic collapse.
We are going to make changes that will ensure that the United Stations economic system will not fall into a serious deflationary spiral.”
That’s exactly what the title is saying.
This headline says that the New England is heading for the “collapse” that the rest of the country is heading toward.
This title is deceiving because it’s misleading because, in fact, the article itself says nothing about the article it’s about.
This article is not about a crisis, it is about a story.
It doesn’t have any news value because it doesn’t tell us anything about what it’s actually saying.
That’s what you get when you publish a front article like