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Don't Raise Taxes
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Don't Raise Taxes

On Sunday several Republican would-be darlings of the liberal media signalled their willingness to raise taxes, despite longstanding unified opposition in their party and despite indications that Democrats would treat Obama's narrow election win as a major mandate and refuse spending cuts except to defense. 

11/27/2012
Speaker Boehner, Obamacare, and the Fiscal Cliff
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Speaker Boehner, Obamacare, and the Fiscal Cliff

During the upcoming negotiations over the so-called fiscal cliff, the President and leaders of Congress will each try to leverage the crisis they created to their advantage.

11/26/2012
AWEA and the Wind PTC: Blowing Hot Air
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AWEA and the Wind PTC: Blowing Hot Air

The Wind Industry is a universal model for efficiency… not in energy production, but in marketing its product. Only the best and brightest marketing team, like our friends at the American Wind Energy Alliance (AWEA) could convince so many Americans and their lawmakers that the federal government should continue to subsidize and industry that is the model of inefficiency in the energy sector.

11/16/2012
A Fiscal Cliff Litmus Test: The Wind Energy PTC
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A Fiscal Cliff Litmus Test: The Wind Energy PTC

Over the next two months, members of Congress, the President, and his staff will be tasked with addressing and correcting the issues of debt, taxes, and spending, unmasked by nearly half a decade of weak economic growth. These issues are complicated no matter how easy either side portrays their solution to be. Years of ambivalence towards the cyclical issues surrounding the country’s finances and economy have led many to make inefficient decisions, and come to depend on the status quo.

11/14/2012
CEOs Meeting With Obama Give Heavily
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CEOs Meeting With Obama Give Heavily

Via Mark Knoller of CBS comes the list of CEOs summoned to the White House to be told by the President when to jump, and how high. Judging by the donation pattern and public stances of the attendees, he won't have much convincing to do. 

11/14/2012
We Spend HOW MUCH On Welfare?
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We Spend HOW MUCH On Welfare?

While researching another blog post, I came across an article that truly shocked me - which is really hard to do, given my familiarity with the Obama administration's free-spending ways.

11/01/2012
The Lies of the Center for American Progress
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The Lies of the Center for American Progress

In a completely deceitful report, the Center for American Progress Action Fund continued its disinformation campaign covering what the Center appears to believe are presidential election battleground states.  This particular report targeted voters in Colorado.

10/29/2012
Will President Romney Seriously Tackle Entitlement Reform?
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Will President Romney Seriously Tackle Entitlement Reform?

In the aftermath of the first Presidential debate last week, I wrote that it was an unmitigated success for Republican challenger Mitt Romney. While it was clear that it was a thorough tactical defeat that has vaulted Romney in the polls and placed Obama permanently on defense for the remainder of the campaign, there was a notable lack of focus on debt reduction.

10/11/2012
Mind the Gap: The Disparity Between Obama's Revenue Increases and Spending on Entitlements
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Mind the Gap: The Disparity Between Obama's Revenue Increases and Spending on Entitlements

The following study demonstrates that the proposed revenue and tax increases being championed by President Obama will have a negligible impact on the ability of the federal government to finance entitlement programs over the next 15 years. Raising taxes risks economic growth without alleviating the budgetary crisis.

10/05/2012
Debate Fallout - The Effects Of The Bunker Buster Bomb Dropped On Obama By Romney
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Debate Fallout - The Effects Of The Bunker Buster Bomb Dropped On Obama By Romney

By now, we've watched the first Presidential Debate on October 3; we've read and watched the post-game analysis; we've digested what we saw and how it was analyzed. It was universally hailed by the punditocracy, both on the right and the left, as a significant victory for Romney.

10/05/2012

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