Worker Participation Is The Writing On The Wall
We’ve been a little bit lazy, I think, over the last couple of decades. – Pres. Obama Pres. Obama was talking about his government’s laziness in attracting foreign investment (hint Mr. President: less government efforts actually attract investment, not more), but he may as well have been talking about the US in general since he took office. Of course Americans are far from lazy, they | Read More »
10 Questions for Americans
Times are tough; Americans are struggling just to keep food on the table. Many who are unemployed have given up looking for a job; they’re totally discouraged, angry and confused. College graduates are flipping pancakes at McDonalds, taking any part time job available and many have moved back to their parent’s home – they’ve lost hope. Seniors are finding higher health costs, less care and | Read More »
Choices for the people of Northern Africa
The conflict in North Africa that has resulted in the overthrow of the governments of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya now is faced with a monumental decision. Where do they go from here? Each must establish a government and each must pick a standard by which to govern. Do they govern by a council of men like the communists, do they govern by democracy where the | Read More »
10 for 12 – How the GOP can win the Presidency and bring back liberty and prosperity
One of the challenges in politics is going from the general to the specific. Practically every American wants the things most politicians promise they’ll deliver: more jobs, economic growth, good schools, less poverty, freedom, a coherent foreign policy, etc. The more opaque a politician gets the better voters seem to like it. The poster child for this was of course Barack Obama in 2008. What | Read More »
Compromise is for losers. Republican leadership must go!
Note to republican leadership from someone who has spent over twenty three years advising elected officials on policy matters: stop all this talk about compromise and get real. Fight for what you believe is right for the country or step off the field and hand the reigns over to someone else. The object is not to compromise with the Democrats but to tell the American | Read More »
How the Government is raising homes prices now!
Real estate is one of the key components of the American Dream,always has been and always will be.But todays real estate market has crashed and lowered prices,bringing along with it terms and conditions for many new and first time home buyers and old home buyers that are just impossible to be met. But I have learned that the government is now buying up homes,in order | Read More »
Mr. Obama – Letter From a 71 Year Old Grandmother
Mr. President, I would like to meet you in front of the White House Steps for a one on one, please don’t bring your teleprompter. Knowing you don’t have time to waste on a 71 year old grandmother, I opted to write you a letter. I am the proud mother of four adult children, 7 grandchildren and a great granddaughter and that is why I’m | Read More »
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Saving the American Dream?
There’s been a bit of confusion as to the American Dream lately. And by lately, I mean “over the last several decades.” Through the years, both parties have drifted towards the idea of a democracy, and with that shift they have increasingly catered to the majority. After all, if you want a democracy to succeed, that’s how you do business: via majority. There’s a problem | Read More »
The future of our Country lies in the classroom
My days begin before a classroom of 9th-graders. Every morning, I spend an hour with these young men and women before I head to the office for yet another day of real estate during this time of economic instability and political unrest. The contrast could not be starker. From where I stand in front of my class, I know that we can conquer the world. We | Read More »
Animated Video: Obama versus Reagan on the role of government
Barack Obama has found a new angle by invoking the name of Ronald Reagan into his rhetoric about government, but what would Ronald Reagan think about that? And what would Ronald Reagan think about Barack Obama? I have said it before and will say it again in the months leading up to the 2012 presidential election that the rhetoric and platitudes from Barack Obama cannot | Read More »
Annals of Capitalism: The Spiral of Evolution
Although Karl Marx has been completely discredited even in the eyes of hard-core liberals, there are some people—including members of the current U.S. administration—who use this current state of economic crises to embrace and actively promulgate some of his socialist ideas. Although those people recognize the serious perils of socialism, they believe that capitalism has not worked well lately either, and that government involvement is | Read More »
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How Boehner and McConnell Blew it.
If ever the stars aligned for a Republican victory on the debt ceiling debate, they aligned over the past few months in favor of Republicans. What happened? Every sign pointed to a win for the new Republican majority in the House, the only branch of government that really mattered in this debate, in spit of the argument that “the Republicans controlled only one-half of one-third | Read More »
How Much Does Washington Really Need To Cut?
As of this article’s publication, Washington pols are completing a debt ceiling deal. The fluid negotiations suggest that Pres. Obama will get a debt ceiling extension that will last beyond his reelection bid, Sen. Reid and Rep. Boehner will abdicate their budgetary responsibilities to a faceless committee, and the Tea Party will not have to swallow very many tax increases. Everyone wins, except there are | Read More »
Bogus Deficit Solutions
As the federal debt climbs toward an ill-defined event horizon where the dollar crashes and basic services are shut down, voters face a cacophony of conflicting and scary predictions. Pres. Obama has threatened to withhold Social Security checks, as if Social Security is the lowest priority for the $4.1 trillion in revenues Washington hopes to receive this year. Washington is expected to burn through $1.4 | Read More »
Number of Misinformed People Growing in Texas
The past few days in Texas have been enlightening as far as patriot groups and news outlets are concerned. Granted, the frustration of Texans with this legislative session is at an all time high. The most disturbing part of all is the number of patriot leaders seeking moments of “limelight” in the press, without having the facts. Assuredly, most of these people mean well. However, there is a | Read More »