From the daily archives:

Thursday, April 8, 2010

The GOP Could Have Prevented ObamaCare

April 8, 2010

There’s a debate going on in the blogosphere on whether or not the GOP could have prevented ObamaCare by preempting it with its own health care reform when it had power.  Consider this:  health care reform was a major issue in the 1992 campaign.  After the GOP gained power, they could have pushed more conservative, [...]

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Greek Woes Hit European Markets

April 8, 2010

Economically, Greece sucks.  Their budget deficit is equivalent to 12.7% of their GDP!  That is massive and scary (by the way, America is around 9-10%!).  Nations, businesses and average investors are beginning to lose faith that Greece will be able to pay back their loans (duh).  So, the FTSE, DAX and CAC all took hits [...]

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The Banning of Internships

April 8, 2010

In what is yet another anti-business measure enacted in the midst of the greatest economic recession in 30 years, the Obama Administration now sees fit to ban unpaid internships.  Internships are a good way for young, inexperienced students to get an edge up, gain some experience, and perhaps get a job.  It benefits the employer [...]

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Americans More Classy Than Their President

April 8, 2010

Americans know how to treat an ally, and know when an ally has been wronged.  As discussed on or last edition of Axis of Right Radio, when Obama snubbed Benjamin Bibi Netanyahu at the White House last month, it was simply the latest in a long line of snubs towards our allies (as opposed to [...]

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