Thoughts to look at next year
A. Donald Trump surges in polls. The Donald realizes he might actually win. He thinks: $400K a year for THIS? Starts acting crazy. Drops in polls. Drops from race. Threatens third party. GOP candidates start visiting Trump for his blessing. Donald now matters and does not have to take pay cut to be Prez. Donald is happy. B. Herman Cain surges in polls. Herman realizes | Read More »
A mostly conservative tax plan
As the presidential race and GOP primaries heat up, each candidate is coming forward with new tax proposals. I was asked to propose one at a business conference in August. I had posted it here from memory a few weeks ago, but after looking at the proposal as written, I realized some of the numbers I posted were different, so here it is again. As | Read More »
Obama wants to let chronic unemployed to sue for discrimination
Sometimes, adding to the info in the link just won’t do. This is incredible. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/obama-proposes-letting-jobless-sue-discrimination-191042168.html
The Buffett Tax and the Big Lie About Taxes Paid By Millionaires and Billionaires
We have President Obama echoing the words of Warren Buffett about how millionaires and billionaires are “not paying their fair share” of the burden in the USA. Mr. Obama is demanding that we “ask those millionaires and billionaires to sacrifice along with the rest of the country” in order to get our fiscal house in order. Red Staters already know that Washington DC speak means | Read More »
My Proposal to Save the US Auto Industry – Libs won’t like it.
I will start with my credentials, and also with my biases. I have been in the auto industry since 1982, and have worked my way from selling cars up to owning 2 domestic dealerships. I also have a financial services company which has every type of franchise as a client. Should the big “3″ go away, I could easily replace them with a Japanese counterpart. | Read More »
The Obama Agenda Cometh – See Change.Gov for his vision
President-Elect Obama’s “Family Agenda” page on his new “Change.Gov” website is here: Obama Family Agenda Included in his bag of goodies are the following: Raise the Minimum Wage to $9.50 an Hour by 2011 Expand Paid Sick Days: Half of all private sector workers have no paid sick days and the problem is worse for employees in low-paying jobs, where less than a quarter receive | Read More »
Our Freedoms Already Under Assault By President-Elect Obama
President-Elect Obama has already set up a new website under the “CHANGE” banner.
How Pennsylvania District 3 went from R to D
Pennsylvania District 3 was held from 1982 to 1994 by Tom Ridge. Phil English held the seat from 1994 until 2008.
When Republicans go moderate, Republicans lose
Since 1980, the Republican Party has had 8 different election results, plus 2 dramatic “off year” congressional votes, and it’s pretty easy to follow these results and see that every time we have a conservative platform, we win.
Small Business Owners Can Help The McCain Surge
Within our family, we have several small businesses, and during the past few days, we have had meetings with our employees. In these meetings, we covered 2 basic topics. The effect of Senator McCain’s $5000 health insurance tax credit and the effect of the difference in taxes that Senator Obama would charge over McCain.
The AP strikes again
This morning’s headline from the AP was as follows: Freddie Mac Secretly Paid GOP Consulting Firm TO Kill Regulation But, when one reads further, one will find statements which prove Republicans were the ones trying to regulate the 2 mortgage giants, while EVERY DEMOCRAT OPPOSED THE BILL Here is the link: AP Story which proves Democrats opposed regulation
The way to bring in capital and jump start main street
This will require very few words. To bring in capital, eliminate all capital gains taxes for stock purchases over the next 24 months. To help main street, the following tax incentives put in place a. Make all meals for business purposes tax deductible at 100% b. Allow a 10% Investment tax credit for all business purchases of NEW durable goods. c. Allow a 10% Investment | Read More »
Why McCain’s health care proposal benefits the middle class
Senator McCain has proposed a little understood health care package which brings together the power of private enterprise with the assistance of the federal government. Unfortunately, to date, there has been little real discussion regarding how good the McCain proposal is.