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The 5 Paradigms of Government

August 12, 2010 by George Fripley

The mysteries of government processes have often confused those not privileged to work within these well-developed structures. Now this is all about to change. A secret file, discovered by when it was left on train last week, outlines the five paradigms by which all governments are run.    Read more

THE REBIRTH OF PERSONAL IDEALISM

March 21, 2010 by cherose228

The House of Representatives just passed the Health-Care bill 219 – 212. Now, I’m waiting to hear if the latest ReThug and RePub nonsense stops it (The voice vote on the motion to recommit just failed). I did live long enough to see it – again. I’d have given long odds against that happening during the rest of my lifetime, too.    Read more

Obama, Health Care and ME

September 17, 2009 by THE POLITICUS

Obama, Health Care and ME
BUT, for those of you who've just written me off as a "socialist," please bear with me for a few paragraphs before you...pull the plug.
Obama, Health Care and ME By Taylor Jones My view on health care reform will outrage many: I support a single-payer system. There, I said it. BUT, for those of you who've just written me off as a "socialist," please bear with me for a few paragraphs before you...pull the plug. Or call me a LIAR! At this point in the debate, I don't care WHAT kind of single-payer system we devise. It could be public...or PRIVATE. We could copy the British national health care system, or we could all pay premiums to a single, private, mega-insurance monopoly.    Read more

A Brighter America

August 12, 2009 by Joshua Walker

What do those pesky Democrats think they’re up to? Whether they’re trying to make health care more affordable, taxing the rich (for that matter, taxing at all) or, dare I say, trying to regulate the financial sector, they have to be stopped. Where is the America I know and love? This is government intrusion at its finest. How dare they attack our rights? How dare they attack the beloved free market? Aren’t they aware of the infallibility and fairness of the always self-correcting and always honest machinations of the free market? Who do they think they are to impede progress?    Read more

Stay the Course

March 21, 2009 by THE POLITICUS

Stay the Course
Congressional Budget Office releases projections today showing that federal budget deficits to be larger than projected.
Stay the Course By Michael Ettlinger | March 20, 2009 The projections released today by the Congressional Budget Office, which says federal budget deficits through 2019 are likely to be larger than projected by the Obama administration, are mixed news. If the CBO projections prove to be accurate, then the government will be offering greater economic stimulus in the short run to an economy sorely in need of a substantial jolt to bring it back. The challenges in the long run, however, will be greater.    Read more

Catching Up With Karl Rove

March 13, 2009 by THE POLITICUS

Catching Up With Karl Rove
If President Obama got really desperate and called you up and said, "Mr. Rove, give me some advice
Catching Up With Karl Rove -- Interview Interviewed by Bill Steigerwald    Read more

A Strong Start for the President

January 28, 2009 by Sarah Granger

A Strong Presidential Start
Following inauguration last Tuesday, the new president hit the ground running with a long list of challenges to address.

Week One: A Strong Start for the President

Following inauguration last Tuesday, the new president hit the ground running with a long list of challenges to address. While most of the focus has been on his first 100 days, his first week provided a glimpse into where his priorities lie, largely in line with his agenda during the campaign. "This moment of peril must be turned to one of progress," President Obama explained one week after taking office. His most immediate major challenge being global economic problems, his weekly radio address expressed his feelings on the subject. "We begin this year and this Administration in the midst of an unprecedented crisis that calls or unprecedented action."    Read more

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