I’m not happy with the compromise struck between the President, the Senate and the House on the drastic spending cuts in exchange for raising the debt ceiling. Make no mistake, the spending cuts will hurt the poorest and middle class the…
by Dan Chmielewski • • 1 Comment
As we listen to the debate over the debt ceiling, government spending and an impossible-to-pass-by-Tuesday Balanced Budget Amendment, I am reminded of the phrase “those who forget history are condemned to repeat it.
by Kathy Findley • • 3 Comments
Here we are again. Listening to the parties whine and point fingers. John Boehner blames the president for not “acting like a strong leader.” Honestly, it is my perception that he, as a leader, is trying to do something we don’t often see in politics, compromise.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 2 Comments
In the late George Carlin’s classic bit on the Seven Words You can’t Say on Radio or TV, he laments that there really are no “bad words,” only “bad thoughts” associated with certain words. In 1994, House Speaker Newt Gingrich,…
by Chris Prevatt • • 1 Comment
Yesterday, President Barack Obama held a press conference. Among the things he discussed were the economy, jobs, the debt ceiling, and the need for Congress to act; Right Now.