Going Green, Saving Green, and Staying Red
ver since Peter Robinson interviewed T.J. Rodgers, the CEO of Cypress Semiconductor, which owns the solar power compant SunPower, about environmentalism and the free market, I’ve been mulling over how fiscal conservatives can participate in being faithful stewards of our planet. Democrats generally have the advantage here, but they shouldn’t. A few ideas have fermented in my head over the last few months, and I | Read More »
Obama’s Earmarks (VIDEO)
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Mortgagecare Part D (UPDATED)
(UPDATE: Apologies for the double posting. And no, it’s not because of the “new RedState”–it’s due to my own limited competence.) Am I the only conservative who felt a sickening feeling when McCain proposed socializing America’s “troubled mortgages”?
Mortgagecare Part D
Am I the only conservative who felt a sickening feeling when McCain proposed socializing America’s “troubled mortgages”?
Democratic Definition of Fiscal Responsibility
Lisa Johnson is a Democrat who is running for the Utah State House of Representatives. On her website, Mrs. Johnson has a list of issues that she feels are important. One of which is fiscal responsibility that she feels involve three key components: wisely managing resources, preparing for the future, and avoiding debt. The Obama-Biden ticket should talk with Mrs. Johnson. During the presidential debate, | Read More »
The bailout is just the beginning – what do we do when it all starts to unravel?
There’s a lot of ire over the bailout, and if it’s the appropriate response (and if a response is really needed in the first place). I’ve seen good arguments on multiple sides as to the issues, problems, and potential solutions (with various “smart important people” weighing in). But this crisis is in part dealing with panic – the market is not acting rationally (either due | Read More »
Why Obama will Screw the Economy
**Recently Lehmen brothers went down in flames, Merril Lynch was bought out by Bank of America, and Obama is still getting contributions fron Fannie and Freddie. I was watching Kudlow & Company and they were saying that the worst thing that someone could do is raise the Capital gains tax. Why beacuse it will deter investment, and without capital, companies are unable to innovate and | Read More »
After The McCain Win, What Next?
ohn McCain is virtually guaranteed to win. But is he guaranteed to make a lasting and significant contribution to the conservative cause?
McCain Should Hang Bush Around Obama’s Neck Like A Millstone
Barack Obama has gained traction by claiming that John McCain is running for the third Bush term. Yet when it comes to the profligate government spending and fiscal irresponsibility that has damaged the economy, it is Obama who more closely resembles Bush. The Democrat has proposed massive new spending programs along with huge tax increases that will not pay for the new programs. Under an | Read More »
A Mickey Mouse Congress or Just Their Vacation Destination?
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. Stop the presses! Literally! Something’s wrong in the editorial board room at the Ivory Tower. The crack team of Granholm-endorsing liberals may have been body snatched and replaced with pod people. Even more shocking, the pod people appear to have a slightly higher dose of common sense than the regulars in those soupy, vegetable brains of theirs. The | Read More »
My Position On Government Spending
a href=”http://blog.heritage.org/2008/07/21/shouldnt-reagan-be-the-standard/”>I am an ante post-Reagan standard kind of guy myself.
Cancer and our Governments Failure.
I write this on the news that most of you most likely know a portion of. Today our world lost two men who personified class, former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow and Yankee Legend Bobby Murcer. From what I’ve seen Tony was a true class act, never one to talk down to a reporter or to make himself the center of the story, he | Read More »