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President Barack Obama’s willingness to compromise with Republicans about the Bush-era tax cuts has received harsh criticism from Congressional Democrats and some of his other supporters.
California Republicans are split about a potential ballot measure that would enforce Arizona-like immigration laws.
Among the less-awesome aspects of authoring analyses for the Personal Liberty Digest™ is the requirement that I actually watch the Democrat-programmed media flacks read talking points like news. I subject myself to the idiotic ranting of these drones in order to keep abreast of what the Democratic Party is endeavoring to subject my fellow Americans to.
The White House announced late Monday it had reached an agreement with Republicans to extend the current tax rates — also known as the Bush era tax cuts —for two years. To reach that compromise, Republicans agreed to extend unemployment benefits.
Under the agreement — which displeased Congressional Democrats who wanted President Barack Obama to stand against tax cuts for those making more than $250,000 a year — unemployment benefits would remain in effect through the end of 2011 for workers who have been laid off for more than 26 weeks and less than 99 weeks.
Benjamin Franklin knew that providing for the poor would not help them out of poverty. Continue reading to discover his position on welfare…
President Barack Obama and Republican leaders have reached a deal on extending tax cuts for all Americans. The compromise, which is facing resistance from Democrats, still has to be approved by Congress.
Senate Republicans have blocked two Democratic proposals that would have extended the Bush-era tax cuts for all Americans except for the wealthiest earners.
Yesterday was the date that Franklin Delano Roosevelt said would forever “live in infamy,” thanks to the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor.
Forget Obamacare. With the way the world is spiraling out of control, we could be staring at deathcare. That’s my concern after seeing the latest WikiLeaks document releases which reveal a reckless President in Barack Obama. Read this article for more on Obama’s foreign policy efforts…
The head of the Federal Reserve has defended the central bank’s decision to buy about $600 billion in government debt in an effort to improve the nation’s economy.