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It is bad enough that former Mongolian President Nambaryn Enkhbayar was unfairly convicted and jailed last summer for four years after being charged with misusing property and government power. And that prior to his conviction he was imprisoned so as… Continue reading
Tomorrow is a big day. The sequester will automatically come into effect and we will see across the board spending cuts.
What the actual impact of the sequester on the average American has been hotly debated. The President has been… Continue reading
In his call for smarter government, President Obama was consciously trying to move away from the positioning that was ascribed to him after his inaugural address, that of adopting a new liberal agenda.
That being said, with the President’s calls… Continue reading
It goes without saying that President Obama and the Democrats are flying high. The president registered a 60 percent approval rating in an ABC/Washington Post opinion poll out this week, his highest since he took office four years ago. Despite… Continue reading
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The New Power Class Who Will Profit From Obama’s Second Term
Obama II — Will We Be a Better Nation?
Full Text: President Obama’s Inaugural Address
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The President did what he needed to do yesterday. He set the right tone for the seriousness of the gun control debate, from having students who had written to him about gun control as a backdrop to neatly bifurcating legislative… Continue reading
It goes without saying that a plunge over the so-called “fiscal cliff” would be a true setback for the nation. Indeed, as Democrats and Republicans say that they’re willing to allow for significant tax hikes and program cuts if the… Continue reading