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The Lost Decade Continues!

The lost decade continues along with the permanent Obama recession. (The latter name was coined by Morton Blackwell of The Leadership Institute and it shows the perilous position of our economy and the slow growth that continues almost four years after a recovery was declared.) If the recent fiscal cliff showed anything, it shows a Congress that is not very serious in dealing with our fiscal problem, or for that matter, designing policy for growing the economy. Wall Street Journal author Holman Jenkins noted,

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at Jan 8, 2013 5:12 PM
       

Data About Obama's Permanent Recession

Editor's note: The data came from a December 20, 2012 Zero Hedge article and shows the true nature of our economy.

The Zero Hedge blog site had some interesting data that shows the fragile economy. In December of 2008, 31.6 million Americans were on food stamps, and today, nearly 48 million Americans are now on food stamps. That means 1 out of every 6.5 Americans are dependent upon food stamps.

at Dec 26, 2012 7:15 PM
       

Are Democrats Liberal or Socialist?

Are Democrats liberal or socialist? Rasmussen had a recent poll in which Democrats were divided by their view on socialism, and Gallup polls showed that the majority of liberals and Democrats had a favorable view of socialism. Rasmussen noted that by nearly a 3 to 1 margin, the average American doesn't really care for socialism, but it is obvious many in the Democratic Party do. So does a party that is sympathetic to socialism by its members a socialist Party? Gallup showed that Democrats viewed the Federal government more positive than capitalism.

at Dec 7, 2012 8:13 AM
       

Dems Think Government is Responsible for Your Success

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is a political committee devoted to maintaining and increasing the 239-member Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.   Read more »

at Jul 17, 2012 2:18 PM
       

Obamanomics

The recent gaffe by Obama that the private sector is doing fine can’t really be described a gaffe but an insight in the soul of Obama and how he truly views America. Every so often a politician gives us a glimpse into what he or she believes on an issue or about the people that he or she wants to govern. Obama have given us many of those glimpses. His famous statement about clinging to guns and God was how he really felt about many white blue collar workers whose votes he was seeking in the Democratic Pennsylvania primary. His failure to attract those voters from Hillary elicited

at Jun 14, 2012 4:40 PM
       

California Dreaming

In the 1960’s, America was “Californian Dreaming”, but today California resembles more of a banana republic than a healthy state economically. As the more productive citizens move on to more fertile ground, the decline of the state continues. Joel Kotkin, in an article for the Daily Beast observed, “Barack Obama learned the rough sport of politics in Chicago, but his domestic policies have been shaped by California’s progressive creed. As the Golden State crumbles, its troubles point to those America may confront in a second Obama term.” If California is our future, then we are doomed as a nation.   Read more »

at May 8, 2012 10:31 AM
       

Political Strategy

In the 1990’s, Stanley Greenberg and Ruy Teixeira developed a Democratic strategy to win back the white working class voting bloc. However, today Mr. Teixeira has moved toward a new strategy to replace the white working class with well-educated socially liberal whites with less affluent minority voters, in particular, the Hispanic vote. For Democrats, the goal of 2012 is to keep losses among blue collar whites to a manageable level.   Read more »

at Dec 13, 2011 2:08 PM
       

(VIDEO) Your Public Sector Union At Work: The Problems with Public Sector Unions in Under 4 min

In a recent installment of PJTV's Klavan on the Culture, Andrew Klavan discusses the intricacies of public sector unions in under 4 minutes.

While Andrew Klavan explains that private sector unions are a "necessary evil in a world in which fat plutocrats bathe in their own money while smoking cigars," it's the public sector unions that he describes as "a ravening beast

at Mar 13, 2011 5:47 PM
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