Category Archives: General Politics

Interesting Fodder on the Changing Perspective of High Gas Prices

I found this link to the Don Smith show. He gives a fantastic perspective of how gas pricing has been viewed in the last five years. The media biases abound, the blames on the past administration versus now, the new positive … Continue reading

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Reviewing Medicare and Medicaid Flaws, Obamacare Will Only Make It Worse

My mother is on Medicare, though she had fabulous coverage through my step-father, as soon as she hit 65, she was no longer eligible for his private coverage anymore. It was frustrating at the time, and still is for many reasons. Greater … Continue reading

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Throwings Stones and Ducking Responsibility, Who Wins in the Budget Game?

I read an online article just posted up to the WSJ, Budget Talks Remain at Impasse. What I found most telling in the update on this stalemate of the day was this small paragraph: Mr. Obama didn’t enumerate the differences … Continue reading

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Budget Bickering and the Blame Game

Last night President Obama met with leaders of both the Senate and the House , Harry Reid and John Boehner to try to negotiate the budget for the rest of this fiscal year. He gave a brief press conference afterwards, … Continue reading

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GOP’s Path to Prosperity

The GOP Path to Prosperity is an op-ed in this mornings WSJ written by Rep. Paul Ryan. I highly recommend reading: By PAUL D. RYAN Congress is currently embroiled in a funding fight over how much to spend on less than … Continue reading

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Viable political candidates

A CNN poll showing the mindset of the Republican voter for the 2012 presidential election, lays claim that 70 percent of voters would stick with who has the most likely ability to win in picking a candidate versus siding with … Continue reading

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Obama’s Leadership Style, Defining Priorities

President Obama was scheduled to be in Pennsylvania today, speaking at Penn State today about energy efficiency. He is out touting incentives for green upgrades (ideally making buildings 20 % more efficient in the next 10 yrs) to make his … Continue reading

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