Monthly Archives: November 2011

Shop USA and Create New American Jobs

“The National Retail Federation estimates Americans will spend $465.6 billion this year on holiday goodies — that’s $704 per shopper. Economists tell ‘World News’ that if we all spent just $64 more on gifts with a ‘Made in America’ label, we could … Continue reading

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Occupiers and Heroes

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Employer Discrimination Against the Obese: Right or Wrong?

“If the nation’s public health mandate is to produce a significantly lower level of obesity in the near term, the use of discrimination by employers is a perfectly logical and defensible instrument to employ in such a war on fat. … Continue reading

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Walter Williams and a Thought about a Second Term for President Obama

“Americans are notoriously ignorant of economics.  And economics is the key to why Obama should be defeated.” — Walter Williams (via twitter) Share on Facebook

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A Tea Party Challenge to George Allen

FISCAL CONSERVATIVE? “Does supporting increased federal debt demonstrate you are a ‘fiscal ‘conservative?’ [George Allen] voted to raise the debt ceiling. “Does voting for budgets that further increased federal spending to astronomical levels above actual revenue demonstarte you are a ‘fiscal … Continue reading

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George Allen’s Rejection of the Prospect of Higher Taxes

“A-Team Flashback:  In 2009, Chairman Kaine said the $800 billion failed stimulus would ‘jumpstart the economy’ and ‘create or save 3 million jobs.’  But today the Richmond Times Dispatch writes that new estimates from the CBO show the failed ‘stimulus’ did … Continue reading

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A Need for Truth in Media Regarding Illegal Immigration

“The media continue to portray criminal illegals aliens as victims, and commonsense laws to deal with this problem as inhumane and fascist.  Estimates range that between 12 and 25 million people are in the United States illegally, choking hospitals and … Continue reading

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What to Do About Black Unemployment?: Some Data from the New York Times

“Jobless rates among blacks have consistently been about double those of whites. In October, the black unemployment rate was 15.1 percent, compared with 8 percent for whites. Last summer, the black unemployment rate hit 16.7 percent, its highest level since … Continue reading

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Governor Christie’s Take on President Obama and the Super Committee

“[Governor Christie] says President’s refusal to get involved in Super Committee talks  ‘astonishing.’ “If he wanted to run for Senate again and just be 1 of 100, I’m sure he  could have gotten reelected over and over again in Illinois. … Continue reading

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War on Terror / War on Drugs

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