Monthly Archives: November 2012

The other American Dream Act–the fiscal cliff negotiations

Obama and the left are salivating over the November election results. Tax revenues and entitlement programs are the principal topics at stake in the so called fiscal cliff conflict that faces the negotiators from both parties. Elections have consequences, and … Continue reading

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Election 2012 aftermath

Four more years of gridlock as election results point to the need for a permanent change in Republican Party political strategy. Demographics and welfare economics are now the hallmarks of a new and successful Democratic strategy which give the Democratic … Continue reading

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Fog and incompetence at the top

Confusion, indecisiveness and fog are the hallmarks of things at the top of the Obama administration. Ripped by hearings and investigations from the Benghazi tragedy to the Petraeus scandal, Obama and his administration are caught between the perception of their … Continue reading

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