I could buy that if you also posted the good economic news, of which there is much more to report, as well as the bad news bears. Yours is not an attempt to educate, IMO. It is an attempt to create a false image of our economy, IMO. But what do I know?
I could post up all sorts of documents on the Global Economy [and have done so] but my focus is the US economy. And whether we are talking about Jobs or Manufacturing or Housing or Financial Sector there is not good news.
You say it is a false image of the economy. Best way to determine what is real and what is not...remove the reports from anyone that makes their money from the churn of the market or is a politician who lives and dies by their poll numbers. Those numbers have dubious filters. That means Maria Bartiromo, The White House, Cramer, etc.
Then look at the reports that are done by stogy economists buried in government agencies that, by law cannot have their reports "edited" by the Administration. Look at reports from third party sources that have no skin in the game of US Politics. Then just look at the news reports [11K laid off at Chrysler, Citi CEO fired, Merrell CEO fired, Record Foreclosures, Record CC Debt - the HARD NUMBER Reports, etc]
Now you have two sets of data from which to draw conclusions. On one side is the Administration and folks who have a vested interest in your pumping you money into stocks [brokerage houses, banks, etc]. On the other side you have reports and facts.
Why is it the side with the VESTED INTEREST is showing a Positive Economy while those reports, news articles and statistical analysis show a Sliding Economy that is on the Cusp of Recession NOW.