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Tag Archives: FY 2012
There are few times in my life that I wished I had been wrong but this is one of them. I predicted that Congress would never come to an agreement on a budget for FY 2012 in time for the … Continue reading
Congress is back in session today after a five week break. I wish I could say that I anticipated major legislation to put a dent into the unemployment numbers and get the economy moving faster toward a recovery. Instead I … Continue reading
In the last week or so there has been a plethora of discussion of Section 4 of the Fourteenth Amendment, some of it here. I thought it was time to look at the implications of the Executive Branch invoking it.
Seventeen states support thirty two and one supports itself. That is what the results of a 2007 study by the self-identified as non partisan, but generally considered conservative, The Tax Foundation using 2005 data tells us. Unfortunately this seems to … Continue reading
No dear readers the title is not a mistake. What you thought was my intended title is however the inspiration. The Peter Principle is a business theory that a person is promoted to their level of incompetence. The Paul Principle … Continue reading
There is an old expression, “Follow the money.” If the Democrats are doing that they will realize that they are in the driver’s seat in the debt ceiling debate. There is no reason to make any major concessions to the … Continue reading
Today is Easter Sunday, a day when Christians celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. With no disrespect intended, today progressives could celebrate the resurrection of the political activism of America’s working class.