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Is Patience in Politics a Virtue?

Syndicated columnist, Michael Barone, observes the seething discontent and anger in the 2010 class of Republicans over the need to confront all things Obama. From the Affordable Health Care Act to crony capitalism, the Republican House and their supporters in the blogosphere want … Continue reading

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Finally an editorial against keeping Social Security tax cuts

The Chicago Tribune published an editorial this morning against continuing the payroll tax cuts. The link is here: Stop cheating Social Security – chicagotribune.com. The piece notes that this gift to taxpayers will bankrupt Social Security sooner and reduce the … Continue reading

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The Los Angeles Times: View from the biased side

I have complained about the liberal bias of the Los Angeles Times in recent posts, The Rubio Exile, and More half-baked truths from the LA Times. Today’s editorial displays this bias by contradicting itself in the same paragraph: Engaging in self-caricature, the … Continue reading

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Debt committee stalemate was very predictable

The news that the super-duper debt committee will fail to reach an accord that reduces the nation’s debt by $1.2 trillion could have been written on August 2, the day the bill was signed into law. Perhaps that was the plan all … Continue reading

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Got a Student Loan, No Problem

Representative Hansen Clarke (Democrat-MI) introduced legislation to forgive all student loan debt. While this bill has zero chance of passing the House of Representatives, it helps gin-up the vote for Democrats by disenchanted youths. I thought when the Obama administration … Continue reading

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