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Latest Hill Poll: More Bad News for Obama

Latest Hill Poll: More Bad News for Obama

The latest poll from The Hill could spell trouble for President Obama and the Democrats’ messaging during their convention. The poll, conducted September 2, 2012, is a national survey of 1000 likely voters. There are several very interesting results that
Are You Better Off Today Than Four Years Ago?

Are You Better Off Today Than Four Years Ago?

Yesterday, on the Sunday show circuit, top Obama surrogate Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-MD) was asked whether we are better off today than we were four years ago. He apparently didn’t get the campaign memo that the answer was supposed to be
Supreme Court Reinforces Citizens United Decision

Supreme Court Reinforces Citizens United Decision

There was a bright spot in Monday’s Supreme Court rulings after the defeat handed down on Arizona’s immigration law, SB1070. In the case of American Tradition Partnership, Inc. v. Bullock, the five majority Justices made it very clear that they intended to solidify
Chicago Teacher's Unions: 24% Raise Or We Strike

Chicago Teacher's Unions: 24% Raise Or We Strike

Nothing screams relevance in today’s economic and political climate like a teacher’s union threatening a strike if their members aren’t given a 24 percent pay raise, and yet that is exactly what is happening in Chicago, the nation’s third largest
The President's Public Equity Record

The President's Public Equity Record

President Obama and his campaign leadership have been consistently focusing their attacks on Mitt Romney’s record at Bain Capital, a firm with some dealings in private equity. This should come as no great surprise given that Romney has made his private sector
Banks Look to Resume Risky Subprime Lending

Banks Look to Resume Risky Subprime Lending

Failed subprime mortgages played an enormous role in the 2008 financial meltdown. Loans were made to borrowers using lax lending and many creative loans were made to people who arguably should not have qualified in the first place. As the
For Democrats, Any Budget Is 'Controversial'

For Democrats, Any Budget Is 'Controversial'

The Democrats have been so derelict in their duty to introduce or pass a reasonable budget, apparently any attempt to pass a budget is considered “controversial.”   The Los Angeles Times ran a piece, prior to the U.S. House passing

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