At the end of these questions add the phrase ’think about it’: When someone [like the president] says “Let me be clear”, does that mean everything he said previously was meant not to be clear? Why do people use the phrase ‘that’s unb… . . . → Read More: Think About It
It’s Friday! Time for a few laughs courtesy of Jodi Miller and Newsbusted along with our new addition, the Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change. This week, they take a satirical look at the Boston bombers, radical Islam, Cinco de Mayo, taxes, and a popuri of other current events. Have a great weekend! . . . → Read More: Conservative Comedy 5/10/13
In the next section of Tim Bishop’s issues page, he writes about “Fighting for Working Americans.” But like the other areas, what Tim Bishop says is often far from truth. He begins, oddly enough, with lowering gas prices. Why is that odd? A quick glance at the photo above shows what gas prices are today [...] . . . → Read More: Tim Bishop: Fighting (for?) Working Americans
Okay, so the Senate Republicans shot down the Buffett Rule. Whew, I was about to head offshore to protect my ass…ets. I sointenly wasn’t going to turn over 30% to the Gubmint. What I want to propose instead is the “Buffet Rule.” That’s pronounced “buff-fay” to those of you who don’t frequent Vegas [...] . . . → Read More: “Buffett Rule” Should be My “Buffet Rule”
President Obama, echoed by the establishment media, routinely trumpets Warren Buffett’s support for higher taxes. If this rich guy is willing to pay more, the story goes, then surely the rest of us peasants should just roll over and acquiesce to the President’s class-warfare tax policy. Well, one reason we shouldn’t surrender is that Buffett [...] . . . → Read More: Is Warren Buffett’s Support for Higher Taxes a Way of Paying Back Politicians for Big-Government Policies that Line His Pockets?
President Obama, always on the campaign trail, is now on the road trying to explain why his class warfare strategy is not class warfare. In his State of the Union address, he once again invoked the “Buffett Rule”, which is little more than a fig leaf to allow Obama to raise taxes. But what [...] . . . → Read More: What’s the Buffett Rule on Spending and Investing?