Harry Reid, the most loyal foot soldier of the Obama regime, has infamously executed the so-called nuclear option, destroying any vestige of comity and collegiality in the United States Senate. The Senate is now clearly and openly acting as the … Continue reading
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With the “fumbled” rollout of Obamacare giving us all a 24/7 inundation of administration statements such as: “This is the law of the land, it was voted on by Congress, upheld by the Supreme Court and will be enforced by … Continue reading
What kind of idiot would try to start a company, not necessarily a huge company, but ANY company by first lying about the costs of your product, then telling potential customers that they are going to get non-optional features attached … Continue reading
Saying that our government can actually help small business sounds like the punch line to a pathetically weak joke, but it actually is possible. It is generally accepted that the true growth engine for job creation is powered by a … Continue reading
Most of you are thinking, “The C-word? Don’t you mean the N-word?” No, the “C”-word. The C-word dominates everything that the Progressives think about and abhor about America. The “C”-word, you see, is COMPETITION. Progressives have been trying to eliminate … Continue reading
In the past few decades a discovery in western Turkey has excited the archaeological world no end. An early “city”, with perhaps a few thousand inhabitants has been discovered at a site that archaeologists have named “Çatalhöyük” (and since the … Continue reading
Our president is apparently making yet another “pivot” to jobs and the economy. He is planning to make a series of speeches to cover his new ideas for resurrecting the U.S. economy from the doldrums which it has called home … Continue reading
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President Obama’s decision to delay implementation of the so-called employer mandate has caused a great deal of discussion among the punditocracy and talking heads. One thing I haven’t heard discussed is the underlying economic logic of employers providing health insurance … Continue reading
One of the more enduring political fairy tales is the one about how Republicans are protecting the “rich.” Every time tax cuts are mentioned, in any context, or any congressional questioning of regulations that might reduce drilling for oil (just … Continue reading
The Senate of the United States is currently debating the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act. Doesn’t that sound nice? I mean, who could possibly be against fairness in the marketplace. The essence of the bill is the repeal of the sales … Continue reading