The Government’s Budget and the Economic Tightrope 4

By Daniel McKay
The Government's Budget and the Economic Tightrope
Now that the elections are over, we are sitting less than two months away from what I would consider a catastrophic budget resolution. It is politics, not economics that has dictated the fiscal cliff – and I suspect unfortunately that it will be politics again, not economics that determine what the solution will be. The ...

Congressional Gridlock: The Public Chain Gang 2

By Daniel McKay
Congressional Gridlock: The Public Chain Gang
If you want to help stop the Gridlock in Congress, please take a few seconds to sign the Citizen’s pledge to hold Congressmen accountable. You can sign the pledge at http://stopthegridlock.com The People are no fans of gridlock, from both the Right and Left, constituents are fed up with the ways of our recent congressional ...

Obama’s Mission For The Next Debate (10/16/2012) 1

By Princeton Moses G.
Obama’s Mission For The Next Debate (10/16/2012)
Hitherto, the Obama campaign has had a significant edge over Mitt Romney’s campaign electorally, but complacency was the mother of that inept strategy which engendered the President’s feckless debate performance. As a result Gov. Romney has significantly erased the President’s lead. The latest polls show the Gov. and the President virtually tied, with a slight ...

Does Taxing The Rich Hurt Growth? A Redistributive Lesson 5

By Daniel McKay
Does Taxing The Rich Hurt Growth? A Redistributive Lesson
Redistribution, progressive taxes, class warfare, taxing the rich. All of these you have probably heard recently, and depending on who you talk to you might have heard different things about them. The Democrats, and President Obama wish to raise the tax rate on the top earners – the $250,000 and $1 million marker has been ...

The Grass Is Always Greener In Government 4

By Daniel McKay
The Grass Is Always Greener In Government
We Don’t Know What We Want, But We HATE Government – So We Always Want The Alternative. We elect presidents who support social issues, then decide they do too much. When we elect the other guy, we decide they do too little… I think we just don’t know what we want. Take a look at ...

The Republican Party’s Bleak Electoral Future 1

By Princeton Moses G.
The Republican Party's Bleak Electoral Future
The Republican Party is on the verge of sinking into the abyss of electoral politics perhaps for generations to come. When President (D) Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil-Rights act of 1964, a law which prohibited major forms discrimination, including those based on race. He was heard whispering to an aide: “The Democratic Party has lost ...

If Obama Is Re-elected Will We Face Fiscal ARMAGEDDON? 4

By Daniel
If Obama Is Re-elected Will We Face Fiscal ARMAGEDDON?
Do We Face Fiscal Armageddon if Obama is Re-elected? In short, no. The Republicans have already said that they will have to compromise with the Democrats should Obama win. January 1, 2013: The Day of Reckoning. This is the date where automatic across the board cuts are set to take effect, slashing entitlement programs and ...