Five years and trillions of dollars later – and America is still ‘limping’ along…

America is now five years past the official 2010 end of the financial crisis in America. Billions of dollars were been disbursed in government-sponsored stimulus programs (some of which actually went to Chinese solar companies), trillions of dollars have flowed into government social welfare programs and income security programs, billions of dollars in government TARP benefits flowed out to major banking institutions to allow them to unload distressed assets off their books (and in many cases, on to the Fed’s balance sheet), and massive liquidity transfusions were quietly provided to Wall Street’s financial sector, including major insurers and scores of U.S. and foreign banks.

And here’s where we’re at:

1.5% GDP in Q3 2015.

A record 94,031,000 Americans not in the labor force.

And… there are currently “896,971 properties in U.S. that are in some stage of foreclosure (default, auction or bank owned),” according to RealtyTrac (September 2015) …

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September 4, 2015 (CNSNews.com) – A record 94,031,000 Americans were not in the American labor force last month — 261,000 more than July — and the labor force participation rate stayed stuck at 62.6 percent, a 38-year low, for a third straight month in August, the Labor Department reported on Friday, as the nation heads into the Labor Day weekend.

The number of Americans not in the labor force has continued to rise, partly because of retiring baby-boomers and fewer workers entering the workforce.

In August, according to BLS, the nation’s civilian noninstitutional population, consisting of all people 16 or older who were not in the military or an institution, reached 251,096,000. Of those, 157,065,000 participated in the labor force by either holding a job or actively seeking one.

The 157,065,000 who participated in the labor force equaled only 62.6 percent of the 251,096,000 civilian noninstitutional population — the same as it was in July and June. Not since October 1977, when the participation rate dropped to 62.4, has the percentage been this low.

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RealtyTrac September 2015 – Market Summary

There are currently 896,971 properties in U.S. that are in some stage of foreclosure (default, auction or bank owned) ….

In September, the number of properties that received a foreclosure filing in U.S. was 0% lower than the previous month and 2% higher than the same time last year.

Home sales for August 2015 were down 56% compared with the previous month, and down 97% compared with a year ago. The median sales price of a non-distressed home was $216,500. The median sales price of a foreclosure home was $117,000, or 46% lower than non-distressed home sales.

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The Leviticus 25 Plan will revitalize powerful economic growth in America.

It will restore free market dynamics, create jobs, and eliminate negative work incentives.

It will provide debt relief on a massive scale for American families and effectively end  home foreclosure actions.

The Leviticus 25 Plan will restore economic liberty, and it will get America back up on its feet again.

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The Leviticus 25 Plan 2015 –  $70,000 per U.S. citizen                                                   The Leviticus 25 Plan 2015 (1186)

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