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Obama’s Team Lacks Private Sector Experience

December 1, 2009

Liberals and Conservatives have a fundamental difference in philosophy when it comes to private sector vs. public sector.  Liberals laud the public sector as the savior of America (the government being the solution to all problems) while Conservatives look at government as a necessary evil, and aim to keep it as limited as possible while [...]

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Sebelius The Latest In Long Line of Obama Apointee Tax Cheats

March 31, 2009

Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is the latest in a long line of Obama cabinet appointees to have tax problems.  It seems that the nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services has been forced to amend her tax returns from 2005 to 2007 to account for $7,000 in back-taxes plus interest.  Sebelius, known for her radical [...]

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Sen. Judd Gregg Withdraws from Consideration for Commerce Secretary

February 12, 2009

Breaking News:  Sen. Judd Gregg has withdrawn his name from consideration for Commerce Secretary in President Obama’s Cabinet.  Below is the statement from Sen. Gregg: For Immediate Release: Thursday, February 12, 2009 Senator Gregg Statement on His Withdrawal for Consideration of U.S. Commerce Secretary Sen. Gregg stated, “I want to thank the President for nominating [...]

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Obama Cabinet Limbo

February 2, 2009

Tom Daschle, President Obama’s nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services, apologized earlier today for failing to pay $120,000 in taxes.  Predictably, Obama is standing by his man in a way the voters of South Dakota did not in 2004. Oddly enough, the fact that a public official skipped out on paying his taxes [...]

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Obama Cabinet Disappoints the Left

November 21, 2008

The picks announced so far for the Obama cabinet are disappointing the left.  Code Pink and other anti-war activists are upset that his National Security Team is made up of so-called “hawks” (by leftist standards…) such as nominating SWMNBN for Secretary of State, and having current Sec. of Defense Robert Gates remain in the post [...]

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