President Obama’s Bipartisanship Founders

April 17th, 2011

By Dan Miller Little Barry does not play well with some of the other children; remediation is suggested. During a fund raiser in Chicago, President Obama and apparently even TOTUS thought he was speaking where his comments would not be heard by anyone other than his supporters. Modestly carrying forward his bipartisan efforts to mend […]

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It Was a Great Speech!

April 14th, 2011

By Dan Miller It was a masterstroke which should be recorded as the high point of his presidency. As I read the advance text of President Obama’s thoughtfully smart proposals to reduce the deficit, some options British Prime Minister Hacker (fictitious) considered for a party political — his first after becoming PM in Yes, Prime […]

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Is Suicide the Answer?

April 14th, 2011

By Tom Carter I’ve been thinking about a column by Robert Samuelson since I read it on Sunday.  Given that the government’s annual deficits and total debt are unsustainable and that neither politicians nor the people are willing to do what’s necessary, Samuelson concludes, “Government is suicidal because it breeds expectations that cannot be met.” […]

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Observations from the Kitchen Table

February 23rd, 2011

by Jane Thomas Maybe it is time to think more creatively about ways to make our government more responsive to the people. Observation #1 Countries run on two simultaneous tracks: an economic track and a political track.  On the economic track the two extremes are capitalism, where everything is privately owned, and communism, where everything […]

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In Which I Get a Question Answered on PJTV

January 11th, 2011

By Brianna Aubin A couple of weeks ago, the Front Page did a segment on how China might well be one huge investment bubble right now, with currency inflation, bad debt on the government books, and a property bubble larger than the one we had in the U.S.  So I commented: Thanks for going into what […]

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