Tag Archives: Fiscal Responsibility
One of the notable characteristics of the Soviet Union before it fell was the increasingly-noticeable divergence of laws and policies that affected “connected” people versus the lowly, regular Soviet citizens. Before its predictable collapse, high-ranking Party members and their friends … Continue reading
The dramatically named “fiscal cliff” debate has been the focus of the media and the Washington establishment. In the ridiculous metaphor we are using to describe this debate, driving off the fiscal cliff involves cutting defense spending and Medicare by … Continue reading
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. While that is often true, when demonstrating the level of distance between President Obama and the harsh economic realities facing this country, it seems a one-minute video is worth … Continue reading
It’s no secret that the United States Postal Service has fallen on hard times in recent decades as the world has changed and become more reliant on electronic communications. The USPS, unwilling to adequately change their business model to adapt … Continue reading
Who’s Serious About Giving America A Hand? Obama’s Campaign Manager Jim Messina Or Texas Governor Rick Perry?
This sums up the philosophy and areas of concern for both of America’s political parties as well as just about anything else you’re going to run across.
Ross Douthat asks that question, more specifically about the Romney campaign, and answers it “no.” Since Bush left office, conservatives have been willing to acknowledge his failures as a fiscal conservative and to promise more responsibility on deficits and debt. … Continue reading
This says it all. Republicans and Democrats spent last summer battling how best to save $2.1 trillion over the next decade. They are spending this summer battling how best to not save $2.1 trillion over the next decade. In the … Continue reading