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Last week, blogging from Tampa, I outlined the clear themes that emerged for the Romney campaign. This week, viewing from home, it has already become clear after the first day of the Democrat National Convention which themes they will promote to reelect Barack Obama. Suffice it to say that this will, indeed, be a clear choice in November.
Democrats Pledge New Global Wealth Redistribution Scheme Through Climate Change Treaty
The newly adopted Democratic National Party Platform includes a plank in which the redistribution of wealth from countries who fail to meet climate change commitments, to developing countries likely to be harmed by greenhouse gas emissions, becomes a likelihood. The climate change portion of the platform reads:
DNC Party Crasher! US Debt Expected to Top $16 Trillion During Dem Convention
Perfect. Republicans faced Hurricane Isaac during their national convention. Democrats face a Hurricane of Debt during their convention.The national debt is expected to top $16 trillion dollars this week.Obama added over $6 trillion to the nation's debt in less than four years. When he took office it was $9.986 trillion.
Complicit Politicians and Special Interest Predators are Destroying America
By a faction (interest group), I understand a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adversed to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community. - James Madison – Federalist 10
Mitt Romney's Introduction To America - The CEO Allows Himself To Be Upstaged, By Design
Mitt Romney didn't hit a home run, but he didn't have to. What he did need to do was to introduce himself to the American people who have likely heard very little from him other than at the primary debates. He created a luxury for himself at last night's acceptance speech for the Republican nomination for President.
Allen West dropped by the Blogger Hangout at the RNC Convention on August 30, and was very gracious with his time. On his legislative agenda for 2013, he discussed tax reform and regulatory reform as a means to unleash small business success. He took a quick little shot at Harry Reid too, challenging him to pass the job creating legislation that has been blocked from a full vote at the Senate. I asked him about Sen. McCain's Convention remarks about the current state of the Middle East.
September Surprise: Fed Hints At More Monopoly Money
If at first you don't succeed...Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke offered a robust defense of the effectiveness of the central bank's easy-money policies in his speech Friday at the Fed conference here, and left little doubt that he is looking toward doing more to give the economy a lift at the Fed's next policy meeting in September.
When the Romney camp and the Republican establishment rewrote Rule 15 at the RNC to centralize more power within the party hierarchy, they created a massive grassroots backlash from grassroots activists, Tea Partiers, and Ron Paul supporters.
Last week Senior Economics Writer for the Wall Street Journal, Stephen Moore published an in depth look at our tax structure, who really pays and how it compares to what the wealthy pay in other countries. There's many conclusions one could come to from that report, but bottom line; something has to change with our tax code.
It's clear that the current system of gimmees, kickbacks, exemptions and tax breaks is anything but simple, flat or fair. Just look at who really pays.....