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It seems that President Obama just can’t catch a break. He has most certainly had a difficult start to his second term. The debt ceiling and sequestration battle with House Republicans, attempts to broker a peace deal in Syria and… Continue reading
With Election Day only 15 days away, it’s clear that economic issues will drive both President Obama and Governor Romney’s closing arguments. Despite unemployment dropping below 8 percent in the most recent jobs report, poll after poll shows that likely… Continue reading
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What Did We Learn From The Presidential Debate? Not Much.
A Narrow Win For Romney At First Presidential Debate
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney during the Presidential Debate Denver,… Continue reading
Monday’s announcement by President Obama that he wants Congress to extend tax cuts for middle class families earning under $250,000 for one year is a vivid demonstration of his campaign taking the initiative in the 2012 race.
At the time… Continue reading
President Obama’s news conference Friday on jobs and the economy offered nothing new. He blamed the Congress and Republicans specifically.
The president’s remarks on the economy and Congress echo President Truman’s on the ‘Do-Nothing’ Republican Congress.
On the surface, the…
President Obama’s news conference today on jobs and the economy offered nothing new. He blamed the Congress and Republicans specifically. The president’s remarks on the economy and Congress echo President Truman’s on the ‘Do-Nothing’ Republican Congress. On the surface, the… Continue reading
The online firestorm that erupted over the consideration of SOPA and PIPA — the federal ant-piracy bills — effectively killed the legislation for 2012. Yet it’s imperative that the push for serious legislation addressing online piracy continue.
But, likewise, the… Continue reading