If you think the global economy is getting better, think again. Three years after pulling out of a recession, the International Monetary Fund is now warning that the global economy is at risk of sliding into another worldwide downturn even worse than it was in 2009. According to The Wall Street Journal, the IMF sees an 'alarmingly high' risk of a deeper slump, as they predict the world economy will expand just 3.3% this year, the lowest since 2009. In addition, the IMF is predicting a meager growth of only 3.6% next year. The new report is taking into account the current crisis in Europe, and the uncertainty here in the U.S. over the so-called fiscal cliff, which many suspect may trigger another recession here in the states.
On "Real News From TheBlaze" Tuesday the panel discussed what influences the IMF projections and how a global collapse will hit the U.S., as well as what we can do as a country to prevent world-wide economic decline: