The upcoming Republican primary in South Carolina which former Governor Mitt Romney is leading in the polls, may well help send this man on to be the Republican nominee to face off with President O Read more
Most Americans, both conservative and liberals realize that this is a capitalistic society Read more
I won’t be cynical enough to say that all Republicans are hoping the economy stinks when November 2012 rolls around. Read more
Last year, amidst crushing budget shortfalls and mounting deficits, state legislatures across the country spe Read more
1/1/12 Mitt Romney seems determined to prove that he can be the kind of right-wing extremist that Iowa’s GOP caucus voters are looking for.
Romney said Saturday that as President, he would veto the DREAM Act, which provides a path to citizenship for children of undocumented immigrants if they attend college or serve in the military. Juan Sepulveda, Senior Advisor for Hispanic Affairs to the Democratic National Committee, called Romney’s position “appalling” and suggested that his view would make him “the most extreme presidential nominee in recent memory.”
Romney may be helping himself in the Republican nominating process, but his position will it much harder for him to win states like Florida, Nevada, New Mexico and Colorado in the General Election.
12/8/11 Candace Gingrich-Jones, half-sister to Newt, told Rachel Read more
As the economic grow, many Chinese company are aim at American marketing seeking the rewards of the greatest economy on earth . Read more
The biggest political news of the last few weeks has not been the Republican presidential campaign Read more
This summer we’ve seen wild swings in the stock market, a last-minute debt deal, and even a rocking ea Read more
8/27/11 During the 2008 campaign, Barack Obama pointed out that Warren Buffet paid Social Security payroll tax on a fraction of 1% of his income, while the vast majority of America Read more
"I - the first black U.S. president, whose name is Barack Hussein Obama."
44th U.S. President Barack Obama (Barack Hussein Obama) is unusual and all in all. The elegant, ambitious, young, black, and tehnolyub ... Barack!
Well, then, that black Americans will sooner or later take place in the main chair the White House, Americans have been waiting a long time and do not even doubt it. Suffice it to look fantastic American fighters the last two decades. Almost every was and is a fiction - Afro-American president. Today, this "fiction" - already the most mundane reality. Read more
This weekend's news cycle was either an indication that we have become over the top self-absorbed or more accurately, a really good indicator of how much trouble the U.S. economy will be in if we falter and default on our obligations, even if it only lasts for a few days.
It's an amazing moment in journalism when a terrorist bomb and a mass slaying of children in Norway can get trumped on U.S. news channels by brief announcements that U.S. debt talks have broken down, yet again between House Republicans led by John Boehner and President Obama. Read more
The February US unemployment rate is out and it's a welcomed 8.9 percent with 250,000 new jobs, according to the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics. The high mark of unemployment was reached in the fourth quarter of 2009 at 9.9 percent as we sunk into the Great Recession. Read more
They directed police, firemen, FBI agents and CIA operatives to crawl around our nation's capital to thwart anyone looking to pull any funny business
Ah, New Year's Eve. What a great night to revisit the past year.
Though I'd rather revisit 1999.
The unemployment rate was 4.2 percent in 1999.
Dot-com stocks were still creating lots of paper millionaires.
The U.S. deficit for that year was $1 billion -- that's right, "billion" with a "b," a far cry from the $1 trillion to $2 trillion it is nowadays. Read more
I took about five minutes out of my work day to Google the White Citizens Council; AKA The Citizens Council. Why? I wanted to give people a better perspective on Gov Barbour’s comments about the Civil Rights Movement during the 1960’s. Read more