In a truly pathetic example of “reporting", Denver Post writer Michael Booth suggests that a poll of the Colorado Senate race done by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee merits equal weight with a poll done by Rasmussen Reports.
Booth… more »
The Hill reports that the House of Representatives passed a motion to adjourn by the narrowest of margins, 210-209, after 39 Democrats voted with Republicans against the motion to adjourn and in essence in support of extending the Bush tax cuts for all… more »
For today’s reading, may I offer you my thoughts, written for the American Spectator, about the possibility of a government shutdown showdown after the Republicans take back the majority in the House of Representatives in 5 weeks…
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As President Obama goes on a multi-state tour cheerleading himself, one has to wonder just who he thinks is listening or who believes him anymore.
He starts in the ultra-liberal Madison, Wisconsin where Fox News reports that Obama is having trouble… more »
One of the defining characteristics of Progressive economic policies is a refusal to acknowledge that people react to incentives such as changes in tax and regulatory policy.
One of the few ways to make politicians recognize the error of such… more »
Please join me on this week’s edition of Backbone Radio when I’ll be joined by Colorado election law attorney and Republican candidate for Colorado Secretary of State, Scott Gessler. In our first hour, after discussing news of the week,… more »
Progressives don’t understand economics; it’s that simple. It’s most often seen in the “elite” liberal media by supporting policies with an implicit free lunch. Such is the case with The New Republic’s Jonathan… more »
With the announced resignation of White House economic advisor Larry Summers, three of the four legs of Obama’s economic stool (double-entendre most certainly intended) are now gone. With the departure of Summers, preceded by Peter Orszag and… more »