Archive for April, 2011
In its recent update “World Economic Outlook”, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) writes that global growth has been gathering momentum in the past few months and that the economic recovery has broadened. Is this cause for optimism? Read this article to find out…
Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has accused the Federal government of stifling job growth in the technology sector with compliance regulations.
Truth be told, there are worse choices for the White House; some of whom aren’t even Democrats. It’s not as if the guy has committed murder; as long as you don’t count the intellectual tenor of primetime television—which was on life support anyway. I just think there are some candidates who are a great deal less… cartoonish. So, someone please pull the plug on the Donald Trump experiment.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has rejected two pieces of legislation that received ample support from GOP lawmakers.
We live in a state of medical tyranny, where parents no longer have a say in their children’s care and where State legislators are considering laws that would make criminals out of people who practice natural and holistic medicine.
A Federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit that challenges the government’s observance of National Day of Prayer, which is set for May 5 this year.
Sadly, the bad guys made more headlines in history this week than the good ones. Let’s start with April 20, 1889, when a particularly heinous character named Alois Schicklgruber came into the world. You’ll know him better by the pen name he adopted later, Adolf Hitler. As the world knows to its sorrow, he went […]
In the wake of a Congressional budget standoff and military action in Libya, President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have fallen to near-record lows.
President Barack Obama is staking America’s future on clean energy while ignoring some simple truths. Two weeks ago in a major policy address, Obama announced that America would continue to pursue green energy solutions from wind, solar, biofuels and nuclear power. Read this article to learn what this means for our economy…