Giannoulias/Durbin/Davis = Don’t Let The Law Get In Your Way
Picture this scene… If the special election “costs taxpayers a dime, it’s probably a waste of money,” added Giannoulias, flanked by fellow Illinois Democrats U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and U.S. Rep. Danny Davis at a campaign news conference on Chicago’s West Side to talk about jobs. Giannoulias made this statement despite a federal judge ruling that then Gov. Blago’s appointment of Roland Burris was illegal | Read More »
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Is “41″ The New “60″?
Is “41 is the new “60″ because Scott Brown was sworn in as the junior Republican Senator of Massachusetts? 60 was the number of votes needed to pass substantive (excluding some budgetary) legislation and to bust up any filibuster attempt in the Senate. 60 seats is how many the Democrat Caucus held in the Senate. 60 is the number of votes the Democrats had to | Read More »
Killing JFK’s Vision of NASA and American Technological and Military Superiority
Ever hear someone speak, then scratch your head wondering “is this guy serious”? President Obama seems to fit this category quite nicely lately (ok, maybe not just lately, but you get what I’m saying). If it’s not chastising the Supreme Court in front of Congress; it’s his recent plans to cut NASA’s budget. NASA has been defending itself and its budget for quite a long | Read More »
2010 – The Most Expensive Year On Record?
The stock market sits at around 10,000, still down about 3,000 since it’s high in 2007. The Obama administration and like minded economists point to the stock market as proof that the economy is turning around. Both seem to ignore important economic data that effects you and I everyday and will definitely effect us in 2010. 1. Don’t die in 2010. If you do, your | Read More »