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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Bill Clinton: Romney’s Celebrity Apprentice

Bill Clinton, the ultimate celebrity president.  How fondly we recall the late-night sax solos, the roguish grin, the rope lines. No surprise, therefore, that Clinton is so at ease in a recent video celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the Clinton … Continue reading

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Romney Ducks Again

Former Governor Mitt Romney signed his Healthcare Reform in Boston’s Faneuil Hall besides the late Senator Edward Kennedy back in 2006, making Massachusetts the first state in the country to require that all its residents have health insurance. So, why … Continue reading

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Republicans, Take Back Your Party. Please!

You really have to wonder why President Clinton is not remembered more fondly by these neo-Republicans. Their incessant whining about the federal debt and deficit is nauseating. Clinton actually tried and succeeded in squaring our national checkbook for the first … Continue reading

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The Contracting Concern

In a week when President Obama announced the U.S.’s final phase of official military pullout, scheduled for the end of this year, it seems appropriate to reflect on the alarming rise of unofficial military personnel deployment by the government in … Continue reading

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America’s Solar Industry in the Dark

The Solyndra bankruptcy debacle has left the solar panel industry sweating bullets, reminding everyone in America’s solar industry of the rising heat from abroad. In an effort to force the government to provide some shade, 7 solar panel firms filed … Continue reading

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A revolution is not a Tea Party

Is Occupy Wall Street the new Tea Party? It’s the question dominating headlines as a regular source of debate. From president Obama to Republican Governor Chris Christie, many are saying that “in some ways, they’re not that different.” Responses from … Continue reading

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After All, The Elderly Can Afford It

Elderly poverty decline is one of the greatest success stories of the contemporary American Welfare State. Due to incremental raises in Social Security and Supplemental Security Income over the past several decades, the poverty rate for this age group declined … Continue reading

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Obama’s fundraising record speaks for itself

On Tuesday, November 6, 2012, voters in the United States will go to the polls to select their President and members for the 113th Congress. The ongoing presidential contest has already pitted President Barack Obama against potential Republican presidential contenders … Continue reading

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