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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Hey, let’s give this guy another four years in office: Americans, median household incomes fell 1.1% in August to $50,678, according to a report released Tuesday by Sentier Research. Since the economic recovery started in June 2009, household incomes are … Continue reading
Honey Boo-Boo and Family on TLC Mitt Romney is right: we need to write off 47% of the electorate. Some of these people are stupid, some of utterly dependent on government, and others just don’t do math. The flip side … Continue reading
Today Jay Caruthers takes on Pres. Obama’s foreign policy and finds it utterly unrealistic: I still can’t believe anyone thought the Arab Spring would lead to a more democratic, civilized Arab world – civilized in a Western sense, that is…These … Continue reading
Feel the hope: Ohio households were poorer last year than they’ve been in more than 25 years, and the number of people living in poverty is higher than it’s been in more than 30 years, according to a census report … Continue reading
1k words on hope and/or change.
To be honest, this is the kind of stuff I heard all the time by my grad school professors. And since I took more than my fair share of grad level classes on Constitutional law, it became the the kind … Continue reading
Over at Thoughts and Rantings, Pat reacts to an MSM story that claims some staffers in the Romney camp are becoming demoralized. Here’s part of his reaction: To the staff of the Mitt Romney campaign, I give this request: If … Continue reading
If I understand the latest Mitt Romney “gaffe” he said: 1) Palestinians have “no interest whatsoever in establishing peace, and that the pathway to peace is almost unthinkable to accomplish.” and 2): There are 47 percent of the people who … Continue reading