by Jon Caldara | 1:28 pm, November 2, 2012
The education funding mafia is making a sport of touting false education spending numbers in order to scare voters into voting for higher taxes. They continue to spread the lie that Colorado ranks near the bottom in per pupil funding, and often cite the statistic “$6,500 per pupil.” Meanwhile, if they cared to look at [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 3:13 pm, October 30, 2012
In his blog at MarketWatch over the weekend, Robert Schroeder reviewed five possible outcomes to the challenge of the “fiscal cliff” and concluded that only one was truly catastrophic: Simply letting the Bush-era income tax cuts expire and allowing billions of dollars of spending cuts to kick in would actually be the easiest thing to [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 6:37 am, October 30, 2012
I didn’t mention that a lot of the GDP growth came from government spending. Gee, I wonder if that had anything to do with the election? Probably just a coincidence.
by Randall Smith | 7:21 pm, October 28, 2012
I think we all know where this is heading.
The National Endowment for the Arts announced a partnership Friday with the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis to identify and calculate the contributions of the creative sector to U.S. gross domestic product…
by Bob Adelmann | 9:38 am, October 28, 2012
Mario Draghi. Who? According to Matthew Lynn, writing at MarketWatch.com, “measured by what [he] can actually do, the most powerful person will soon be the president of the European Central Bank, the Italian banker Mario Draghi.” He explains: In the last few weeks, we have seen an extraordinary expansion of the European Central Bank’s powers. It can [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 6:10 pm, October 26, 2012
John Hawkins has, unintentionally I’m sure, done Romney skeptics like me a world of good. By taking snippets from the three “debates” of Romney’s comments, Hawkins has put to rest any idea that Romney is a conservative, or even coherent. Try this one: If I become president, I’ll get America working again. I will get [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 8:31 am, October 25, 2012
There are none so blind as those who refuse to see.
by Bob Adelmann | 6:32 am, October 24, 2012
There’s no way this guy was a libertarian, despite some people who suggested he was. He was a statist through and through. Anyone who served as a “fellow” at the Institute for Policy Studies knows its agenda: destroy the capitalist system and replace it with a totalitarian one. But he was right on the Vietnam War.
by Bob Adelmann | 6:11 am, October 23, 2012
The government is spending itself into bankruptcy by trying to be all things to all people, using other peoples’ money. Until the money runs out, that is…
by Bob Adelmann | 6:04 am, October 22, 2012
Behind this story is another more unsettling one: Congress is unwilling to grow a backbone and confront Obama and/or the issues of the day. That means that it is becoming more and more irrelevant as the Executive assumes more and more influence and control.« go back — keep looking »
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