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The #FiscalCliff deal: What to like about it, and what to hate about it

Posted by: ST on January 2, 2013 at 11:24 am » 10 Comments

The Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein on the “good, bad, and ugly” about the fiscal cliff deal that will soon reach the President’s desk to be signed into law: Conservatives believe that higher taxes are a bad thing, that the tax code needs to be dramatically overhauled and that the true driver of long-term debt is […]


Dear FLOTUS: Where exactly is this “huge recovery” you’re seeing?

Posted by: ST on October 15, 2012 at 5:59 pm » 7 Comments

Really? (CNSNews.com) – First Lady Michelle Obama said in a radio interview on Friday that the United States is in the “midst of a huge recovery” because of what “this president has done.” Pablo Sato, co-host of Pablo & Freeon WPGC 95.5, a Washington, D.C.-area hip-hop radio station, asked the first lady:  “Mrs. Obama, you know what, […]


NYT: Dow Falls Below 7,000, a Mark Last Seen in 1997

Posted by: ST on March 2, 2009 at 4:41 pm » 2 Comments

Dow Falls Below 7,000, a Mark Last Seen in 1997 (Originally posted in Hot Headlines)


Obama’s first big day as president-elect

Posted by: ST on November 8, 2008 at 12:14 am » 6 Comments

Today Obama held a presser (transcript here) on the economic crisis and discussed some of the plans he’ll try to implement to bring the economy out of the funk it’s in right now. Frankly, he looked like a deer in headlights. In the process, he made a ‘joke’ of sorts about seances and Nancy Reagan […]


They’re just now figuring this out?

Posted by: ST on October 11, 2008 at 6:15 pm » 6 Comments

Beyond his thin resume, his radical left associations, and the fact that he’s portrayed himself for the last two years as someone he’s not, what’s extremely worrisome about a possible Barack Obama presidency is the fact that not only would he implement a solidly liberal agenda – including tax and spend policies – but that […]


Billout bill fails in the House

Posted by: ST on September 29, 2008 at 1:58 pm » 16 Comments

Via AP: WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives rejected a $700 billion bailout today following extended debate where many members, including some who brokered the deal with it, was highly unpopular. The preliminary vote was 185-197. Members had a limited amount of time to change their votes. Following the deadline, the margin was growing for […]


Unemployment At Lowest Point In 5 1/2 Years

Posted by: Brian on November 3, 2006 at 4:20 pm » 8 Comments

You probably won’t see this on the nightly news, and you sure as heck won’t hear it from any Democrat: The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to its lowest in nearly 5-1/2 years during October as 92,000 more jobs were added and hiring in each of the two prior months was revised up, a government report […]