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Originally published March 22, 2011 @ American Thinker. President Obama has stressed that a college education is critical to the future of America and our ability to compete in the world marketplace. To achieve that aim, our government is spending 60% more in 2011 than 2008 and providing 123% more in tax breaks for [...]
Originally published February 28, 2011 @ American Thinker. Gasoline prices keep going up and the consumer is getting hammered with gas well over three dollars. In 2008 the soaring cost of energy was the fuse that kicked off the US recession that was ultimately driven by the financial crisis. Both issues were made worse [...]
Originally published January 21, 2011 @ American Thinker. What is a “takeover”? The democrats have fully embraced the calls for civil discourse by comparing Republicans to Nazis. During the debate over repealing Obamacare Democrats continue to insist that Obamacare isn’t a government takeover of health care and that portraying it as such is [...]
A few days ago President Obama had an editorial published in the Wall Street Journal. The piece titled “Toward a 21st-Century Regulatory System” has Obama all but sounding Republican. Sometimes, those rules have gotten out of balance, placing unreasonable burdens on business—burdens that have stifled innovation and have had a chilling effect on growth and [...]
Regulationism: A more profitable socialism.
Originally published January 3, 2011 @ American Thinker. So did you hear about the guy that couldn’t get to his NetFlix because he was a BrightHouse user? How about the one where the average suburban housewife suing AT&T for not being clear about her DSL speed being advertised in megabits and not megabytes? No? [...]