Just got back from filing the papers to put Ron Paul's name on the Arizona Ballot - over 30 people showed up and it was standing room only in the Registrar's little office! I'll post vids when they're up.
END THE FED with RON PAUL!
Added by Ed Vallejo on December 20, 2011 at 8:43am — No Comments
Well, this Presidential race just got a whole lot less complicated.
The Democrats have unveiled their keen new strategy for re-electing the most unpopular incumbent President in history; the game plan is to convince us that our American system of limited government and free markets has never worked. It is hard to imagine how the Republicans could find a way to lose to that – but never underestimate the Party of McCain’s capacity for epic fail when victory comes knocking .
You can’t be for the poor and against the things that end poverty.
You can’t be against the corporations who create the jobs they need to care for themselves. You can’t be against the Walmarts and Targets who sell quality goods at prices they can afford. You can’t be against the drug companies who treat their chronic diseases.
You can’t be against the mining projects that will lift whole communities out of economic depression. You can’t be against the pipelines and energy…Continue
Added by Tim Nerenz for Congress on December 17, 2011 at 9:36am — No Comments
Everybody has an opinion about trade with China, and here is mine: let’s trade ‘em Ben Bernanke for Fu Ying. Throw in a minor league pitcher if we have to – President Obama comes immediately to mind.
Fu Ying is China’s Vice Foreign Minister, who Friday announced that China would not use its foreign exchange reserves (i.e. dollars) to rescue other countries (i.e. Europe). She explained that “foreign reserves are akin to savings” and not to be squandered by governments.…Continue
Added by Tim Nerenz for Congress on December 11, 2011 at 8:18am — No Comments
Added by Online Professor on December 7, 2011 at 8:20pm — No Comments
Speaking at a fundraiser this week, President Obama tried to frighten Americans with the grim warning that if he is not re-elected in 2012, “you will be on your own.” Promises, promises.
Fear not, wards of the State; on January 21 of 2013, the only part of government that we will be rid of is the current occupant of the White House. There will be another President, and he or she will preside over the same unmanageable leviathan that Mr. Obama would like us to believe will simply…Continue
Added by Tim Nerenz for Congress on December 4, 2011 at 8:48am — No Comments
One good thing that has come from the OWS protests is the light that has been shed upon the economics of college degrees.
In 2009, the year before local banks were cut out of the action by Team Obamalosi in their eleventh hour amendment to the health care reform bill, outstanding student loan debt was $114 billion, a staggering figure. It is now $392 billion, an incomprehensible one. Those numbers come from the Federal Reserve so they must be right – they know a thing or two about…Continue
Added by Tim Nerenz for Congress on December 4, 2011 at 8:45am — No Comments
Now that the Super Committee foolishness is behind him, President Obama can focus his full attention to the more serious business of blaming all of his failures on George W. Bush.
Let me say at the outset that I am no fan of George W. Bush. One of the worst things he ever did was attach his name to a sensible economic policy that worked. Yes, worked. I thought it might be useful to pre-empt the next year of carnival-barking with a number or two for my liberal friends who prefer their…Continue
Added by Tim Nerenz for Congress on December 4, 2011 at 8:42am — No Comments
Crank up the Tammy Wynette, the Congressional Super Committee on deficit reduction failed. Irreconcilable differences, I think they call it.
Like an estranged married couple enduring court-ordered counseling because they had to, the Republicans and Democrats recited their irreconcilable differences, whined about how hard they tried to go the extra mile, and blamed each other for the breakup. For those of you who find the language of fiscal negotiations incomprehensible, let me…Continue
Added by Tim Nerenz for Congress on December 4, 2011 at 8:40am — No Comments