Obama executive order expedites dredging of Charleston and other eastern ports
So, why not expedite Keystone Pipeline and stop closing coal power plants? Georgians, South Carolinians and their respective Republican governors got early Christmas presents from an unlikely Democratic Party source last week when President Barack Obama agreed to waive further application of federal environmental rules in order to expedite the dredging of several U.S. ports, including those at Savannah and Charleston, S.C. The dredging is needed so | Read More »
Does GOP want to own Obama’s 20,000 lost Keystone jobs?
Claiming fatigue from kicking cans down the road, Speaker of the House John Boehner engineered a rejection of a Democratic Party-controlled Senate-passed bill that would have cleared the way for the Canadian Keystone Pipeline project that President Barack Obama has delayed for three years of “study”. The bill, which also extends unemployment benefits and the payroll tax cut for 60 days, would have authorized construction on the | Read More »
How about a three-year study before Obama is allowed to utilize pipeline-delivered substances
Does the Job Killer-in-Chief have the “courage” to execute 20,000 Keystone jobs in public? Did I miss another BP oil spill or did President Barack Obama declare his latest moratorium outlawing productive work based upon studies affirming fetal soil pain during impacted red clay abortions? Yesterday, Congress called Obama’s veto-bluff by requiring him to make a decision on the Keystone Pipeline project within 60 days, rather than | Read More »
Make Obama payroll and Bush income tax cuts permanent
Congressional Republicans should take President Obama up on his sudden concern for taking money out of the pockets of Americans, across the board. This past week, President Barack Obama defended his push for extending the federal payroll (Social Security/FICA) tax cuts for a second year and unemployment benefits for a third year, thusly: Independent economists, some of whom have in the past worked for Republicans, agree that if | Read More »