What will happen in 2014? Will the Tea Party finally gasp its last breath in the midterm elections? Will the GOP find its conscious? Will President Obama be vindicated in health care reform and other policies and positions?
We supporters of Barack Obama just won a major election and we are all feeling confident. We should, Obama definitely won a mandate when it comes to raising taxes on the rich, along with passing a comprehensive immigration policy.
Abraham Lincoln once said, “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Well, in November of 2002 the people of Massachusetts gave a businessman named Mitt Romney political power. And, of course, Mr.
Come This November, whoever is the Republican nominee facing off with President Barack Obama; there will be a few points of priorities that will need to be addressed by both the Republican nominee and the president.
On the American cable channel Fox Business an inexplicable whooshing nose accompanies graphics resembling the opening titles of robot wars as a gray middle-aged presenter introduces his boss live on air.
The morning after America rejected the Obama administration in the midterm elections a humble president stated that “we were in such a hurry to get things done that we didn’t change how things got done”.
When Barack Obama was a state legislator in Illinois he occasionally used the tactic of voting "present" on certain bills because the measures, as written, were flawed and the goal was to get them improved before passage.
Normally when one sees a headline like that about the chair of the Federal Reserve one would expect to learn that she is considering some change in monetary policy that is perceived as potentially unfavorable for financial markets. This time Dr.