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05th March 2010

Words: Can America ignore these flags of moral decline?

Republicans repeatedly raised the call to remember that they are representatives of their constituents who clearly are not in acceptance of the proposed bill. Perhaps none were as eloquent and powerful as Wisconsin's Paul Ryan (R) whose answers to the Pre...

29th January 2010

Obama Planning Scholarships for Single Mothers

Having to take care of their families on their own, single, working mothers have perhaps the toughest job of all. Higher education is only a wish or a goal that has to be put on hold in order to take care of other responsibilities, for many moms. Toget...

07th January 2010

After 1 Year, Obama vs. Reagan

As we approach the end of the year, we are also approaching the end of President Obama's first year in office. You might be wondering how he is doing, based on actual numbers (rather than political spin). Obama clearly inherited a difficult situation e...

05th January 2010

Obama Wasn't Kidding About Being The Education President

If President Obama has his way, next summer's public school vacation may be sharply reduced. The president believes that American kids spend too little time in school, and this puts them at a disadvantage with other students around the globe. He knows ...

23rd December 2009

Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension & Expansion

Okay, so I know that many of you homebuyers were frantic whether or not you were going to find a home in time to utilize the first time homebuyers tax credit. The new legislation that was passed, pushed this tax credit to April of 2010. President Ob...

10th December 2009

Why Is It Customary To Eat Turkey On Thanksgiving

So this year, like every year, my family and I'm sure yours as well will be cooking the traditional Thanksgiving turkey. The holiday of course celebrates the first thanksgiving, when the Pilgrims decided to have a feast and celebrate the fact that they ha...

02nd December 2009

Tax Implications of the Affordable Health Care for America Act

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed HR3962: the Affordable Health Care for America Act of 2009. The legislation is thousands of pages long, making it difficult for regular taxpayers to understand how the bill will affect them. Tax Penalt...

12th November 2009

The 42 Minute Meeting

The Prime Minister of Canada and the President of the United States had a meeting the other day. Mr. Harper arrived in Washington the day before the meeting. This makes me wonder why. What did he do thee the night before? Did he see the sights? And where ...

30th October 2009

Tim Manning working for Obama

Last week, the former secretary of the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management was unanimously approved by the U.S. Senate for a position in the Obama administration.Tim Manning will serve as deputy administrator of the Nationa...

23rd September 2009

The Presidential Nominee by David Barton

His first proposal a particularly troubling one is of Fed. District Judge David Hamilton to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, which oversees Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. When Hamilton was made a Fed. Three years back in 2006, Judge Hamilton delivered...

22nd September 2009

An Issue for President Obama's First Visit to China: China's Worry about Japan's military

China and other Asian nations are beginning to assess how the recent election victory by the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) will alter Japanese defense policies. Beijing is hoping for a reversal or at least a slowdown of Japan's efforts in recent yea...

23rd August 2009

Health Care Reform or Welfare Program--- Who Pays the Bill?

The White House has released another of its health care reform clarification emails--- there will be more. It seems strange to me that the focus is on insurance coverage rather than on the spiraling costs of health care itself. Frankly, the drafters o...

03rd August 2009

Obama's Cautious Approach to Reducing China-Taiwan Tensions - 2009

In recent Congressional testimony, Retired Admiral Eric McVadon, our former defense attaché in Beijing, revealed that how one forecasts the future of China is often a function of one’s leaning, either toward ‘China bashing’ or &ls...

02nd July 2009

The fog in Iran obscures peace trail

"Until the turmoil in Tehran is resolved, it will not become clear to the leadership of Hamas whether Iran will allow them to negotiate with Western officials at all", said David Martin Abrahams.No progress has been made with the secret "Pr...

28th June 2009

Top Ten Necklace Trends for Summer 2009

Summer is officially here, and with all the events of the upcoming season, you're sure to want to dress to impress. One of the easiest ways to create different outfits is to change up your accessories, especially with necklaces that make a statement and s...

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