George W. Bush

 
 

It's Politics Stupid!

In May 2009, former International Monetary Fund chief economist Simon Johnson wrote an important essay in The Atlantic on the origins and implications of the 2008 financial collapse, called "The Quiet Coup."

 

Defending the One Percent

It seems puzzling that Harvard University would grant tenure, let alone appoint someone to be the chairman of its economics department, who fundamentally doesn't believe in economics.

 

Obama Economy Working: Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.8 Percent

Patience; this is what I have been recommending all along. The economy has been improving for a while now, the stock market has recovered and making money, and now Americans are going back to work.

 

What if “Voter ID Laws” Overturn the 2012 Election?

From all I can tell, there is going to be a massive effort by Republican state legislators to change the results of this upcoming election.

 

Online-Electronic Voting Would Fix Voting Issues

I file my taxes every year, just like millions of other Americans, online — electronically that is. It seems to work just fine; the system has its safeguards so as a filer I have confidence in the system.

 

Foreign Policy Failure – Dick Cheney, Criticizes President Obama’s Foreign Policy

I listened to an interview of Dick Cheney this morning given by Jonathan Karl of ABC News in which he criticized President Obama’s foreign policy.

 

Liberals Fed Up With Listening to Anti-Obama Rhetoric from the Right

I believe I speak for many of my fellow liberals when I say this; please leave our president alone. We are tired of the made-up garbage from conservative corners that constantly berates our president.

 

Mitt Romney’s Heart: Republican Nominee Pleads His Case to NAACP

Mitt Romney, as any presidential candidate – regardless of party – got invited to speak to the NAACP.