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Supremes To Review Citizenship Arguments

Supremes To Review Citizenship Arguments November 24th, 2008

A case that challenges President-elect Barack Obama’s name on the 2008 election ballot citing questions over his citizenship has been scheduled for a “conference” at the U.S. Supreme Court. “Questions surrounding this aspect of Obama’s candidacy are seemingly beginning to see the light of day” Conferences are private meetings of the justices at which they […]

2.3 Million Jobs Lost to China since 2001

November 20th, 2008

U.S. Advanced Technology Sector Hit Hard by Trade Deficit with China WASHINGTON – The increasing U.S. trade deficit with China has cost 2.3 million American jobs between 2001 and 2007, including 366,000 last year alone, according to a study released today by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). These displaced workers lost an average of $8,146 […]

A New Model of Government

A New Model of Government November 19th, 2008

Have we reached a critical point in America? Many of us believe that America has reached a critical point with the election of a new president that is the most liberal in history. Will we continue the tax and spend policies that threaten our domestic tranquility or chart a new course based upon sound principles? […]

Global Socialists Toast Victory Over America

Global Socialists Toast Victory Over America November 19th, 2008

American people may be losing their jobs and savings, but on Friday night, November 14, on the eve of the international financial summit, they provided President Bush and other G20 leaders a lavish banquet that included $300 a bottle wine, Vermont Brie, eggplant fondue, and rack of lamb. Details of the “culinary delights” and “sumptuous […]

Now What?

November 19th, 2008

There is no sugarcoating the results of this election. Obama’s been elected, and short of a victory in the court challenge of his citizenship status, we will see this man sworn in as president in a few short months. If you’re like me, you’ve vacillated from disbelief to despair to anger to ennui. Much like […]