Monthly Archives: June 2011

Can Obama Ultimately Ignore the Debt Ceiling?

The debt ceiling negotiations with Vice President Biden and key Republican negotiators broke down last week.   These negotiations have been going on for some time now and are the result of the last Debt Ceiling bill passed in February, 2010 … Continue reading

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Global Warming Alarmists are Feeling the Heat

Should Republicans be paying More Attention to Their Candidates Positions on Global Warming? In recent days and weeks, the climate change alarmists, the doomsayers and far left environmentalists have suffered a number of setbacks to their predictions of dire consequences … Continue reading

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Analysis of GOP Presidential Contenders and Maybes

Are Voters Ready for Another President from Texas? Most of the presidential wannabes who have thrown their hats in the ring are sadly lacking in what it takes to get elected if they should win the Republican nomination. ‘Establishment’ is … Continue reading

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Warning! Tea Partiers need to Carefully Weigh the Consequences of Backing Third Party Candidates

Rasmussen reports that a Tea Party candidate in a three-way congressional race can elect a Democrat Excerpts from the Rasmussen Report:  In a three-way congressional contest with a Tea Party candidate on the ballot, the Democrat could pick up 40 … Continue reading

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Does the President of the United States Really Manage the Economy?

Virtually all of the mainstream media and most of the general public are under the distinct impression that one of the president’s key jobs is to “manage” the country’s economy. Few, if anyone, ever challenge this proposition, probably because a … Continue reading

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House Refuses to Raise the Debt Ceiling

Yesterday (5/31/2011), House Republicans gave President Obama and the Democrats the House vote they had requested some months ago – a clean vote on raising the federal debt ceiling.  The results were predictable, in that the bill to raise the … Continue reading

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