By Carole on Jun 16, 2012
Today's weekly addresses from President Barack Obama and Governor Scott Walker speaking on behalf of the GOP both centered on jobs and economic growth. But the similarities end there as their comments demonstrate the stark contrast between left and right, recklessness and responsibility, failure and success.
By Carole on Jun 15, 2012
In some countries citizens wake up to learn that one individual has, by decree, changed major national policy. Evidently the United States of America has become one of those countries. Despite the fact that the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors or DREAM Act failed in Congress, the Obama administration announced today that it will not deport some illegal immigrants if they meet similar requirements to those laid out in that failed legislation.
By Carole on Jun 10, 2012
Hours after President Barack Obama made his already infamous "The private sector is fine" statement, he was in damage control mode telling reporters, "it is absolutely clear that the economy is not doing fine." But if you read beyond the headline, the president actually doubled down on his original statement.
By Carole on Jun 8, 2012
Presidential candidate Barack Obama took a break from his jam-packed fundraising schedule this morning to squeeze in a special guest appearance as President of the United States. Almost a week after the most recent round of dismal employment reports, Mr. Obama took to the podium to make what was advertised as a statement on the economy. Not surprisingly, the event was just another stump speech from our Campaigner-in-Chief.
By Carole on Jun 6, 2012
The long election night covering a race that was going to be too close to call never came. Less than an hour after the polls closed in Wisconsin, it was obvious that Democrats' attempt to recall Republican Governor Scott Walker had failed and not by the predicted razor thin margin but by nearly 10 points. This decisive victory of conservative economic reform over unaffordable government spending sends a strong message across the nation. But will that message be heard by all?