Dead on Arrival

    Today Diane Feinstein unveiled her massive plan for gun control to the accolades of the press and the support of Senate democrats.  Republicans, don’t fall for it, it is yet another means to distract you from the real fight, which is the budget and our long term economic health.  Two articles are out today that we should be hammering to the high heavens.  The first | Read More »

    Less Than ZIRP

    The justification for a moderately high rate of interest has been found hitherto in the necessity of providing a sufficient inducement to save. But we have shown that the extent of effective saving is necessarily determined by the scale of investment and that the scale of investment is promoted by a low rate of interest…Thus it is to our best advantage to reduce the rate | Read More »

    Less Than ZIRP

    The justification for a moderately high rate of interest has been found hitherto in the necessity of providing a sufficient inducement to save. But we have shown that the extent of effective saving is necessarily determined by the scale of investment and that the scale of investment is promoted by a low rate of interest…Thus it is to our best advantage to reduce the rate | Read More »

    Let them eat corporate jet hatred

    Immoral, un-American ObamaDem budget threats to military pay and kid’s safety Republicans need to get over their historical aversion to playing the “moral card” against the Democratic Party. Remember the budget debate last Spring when the Commander-in-Chief held our Armed Forces hostage to federal funding for abortion-provider Planned Parenthood? President Barack Obama and his Democrat Senate majority declared that unless the Republican House majority continued | Read More »

    Barack Obama Thinks an ATM Ate Your Job

    Yesterday, Barack Obama gave away the game. Without actually using the words, Barack Obama admitted he is completely and utterly ignorant about job creation and economics. In an interview with the Today Show, Barack Obama declared that the unemployment rate remains so high because of ATMS.Sadly, many people will agree with him because they lack the vision to see the whole picture. They see less | Read More »

    Barack Obama Thinks an ATM Ate Your Job

    Yesterday, Barack Obama gave away the game. Without actually using the words, Barack Obama admitted he is completely and utterly ignorant about job creation and economics. In an interview with the Today Show, Barack Obama declared that the unemployment rate remains so high because of ATMS.Sadly, many people will agree with him because they lack the vision to see the whole picture. They see less | Read More »

    What You Won’t Be Hearing

    “As you continue to watch the news coverage of the deteriorating economic climate, just remember that most of the premises that will be made and enunciated are that the government must do more, not less.” In all of the discussions about our current economic state, a possible regression or double dip recession, out-of-control debts, and continued high unemployment there is one conversation those who frame | Read More »

    What You Won’t Be Hearing

    “As you continue to watch the news coverage of the deteriorating economic climate, just remember that most of the premises that will be made and enunciated are that the government must do more, not less.” In all of the discussions about our current economic state, a possible regression or double dip recession, out-of-control debts, and continued high unemployment there is one conversation those who frame | Read More »

    Barack Obama Monotones

    Barack Obama again waited for Rush Limbaugh to go on vacation before addressing the public from the Oval Office. Like the last speech, this speech was, for three-quarters of it, dry and monotone — President Spock addressing the nation without emotion.Finally, at the end, Spockobama gave into emotion and showed some talking about the troops.Throughout though, the speech was a rather pathetic speech. Not since | Read More »

    Barack Obama Monotones

    Barack Obama again waited for Rush Limbaugh to go on vacation before addressing the public from the Oval Office. Like the last speech, this speech was, for three-quarters of it, dry and monotone — President Spock addressing the nation without emotion.Finally, at the end, Spockobama gave into emotion and showed some talking about the troops.Throughout though, the speech was a rather pathetic speech. Not since | Read More »

    Local Government-Run Media: The Spin and Economic Policy

    State Government officials have begun to implement the illusion that is their version of economic fixes.  It is proposed that local government be allowed to impose its own income and sales taxes as an effort to reduce property taxes and reduce state funds that go to these towns.  A move that would cause the fight of business from many towns in the state out of | Read More »

    No Act of Moderation: Why Barack Obama cannot fix the economy

    Updated to reflect Obama’s NBC interview “Tie Barack Obama’s handling of the economy together with his handing of the British Petroleum accident and we have the definitive reason Barack Obama cannot fix the economy.” This past week, the Gulf States who hoped Barack Obama would actually do something to help them were stunned when he imposed a ban on deep water offshore drilling.It is no | Read More »

    No Act of Moderation: Why Barack Obama cannot fix the economy

    Updated to reflect Obama’s NBC interview “Tie Barack Obama’s handling of the economy together with his handing of the British Petroleum accident and we have the definitive reason Barack Obama cannot fix the economy.” This past week, the Gulf States who hoped Barack Obama would actually do something to help them were stunned when he imposed a ban on deep water offshore drilling.It is no | Read More »

    The Impact of Regulation on Your Financial Freedom

    I keep hearing everyone say either, “Deregulate!” or “Re-regulate!”  What do I not see them saying?  I don’t see them offering any rational reason why one is better than the other.  I don’t see them telling the people why they will personally benefit from either.  When I see this happening, I again, go to the root of the problem and offer you solutions. The housing | Read More »

    Why the jobs aren’t coming back

    The Politico has an interesting story about Toyota up. It seems the company does not much care for this administration. Internal Toyota documents derided the Obama administration and Democratic Congress as “activist” and “not industry friendly,” a revelation that comes days before the giant automaker’s top executives testify on Capitol Hill amid a giant recall. It is not, however, just Toyota. Lots of businesses and | Read More »