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  • Obama Plans to 'Mobilize' Americans Around a 'National Mission'

    01/13/2014 5:31:23 AM PST · by PROCON · 141 replies
    CNSNEWS ^ | Jan. 13, 2014 | Susan Jones
    (CNSNews.com) - President Obama says he will use his upcoming State of the Union Address to "mobilize the country around the national mission of making sure our economy offers everyone who works hard a fair shot at opportunity and success." In his weekly radio address on Saturday, he outlined some of the steps he'll take to make 2014 "a year of action." "Working folks are looking for the kind of stable, secure jobs that went overseas in the past couple decades. So next week, I'll join companies and colleges and take action to boost the high-tech manufacturing that attracts the...
  • Calling all market doomsayers (vanity)

    10/27/2011 1:00:49 PM PDT · by Peter from Rutland · 41 replies · 1+ views
    Myself ^ | 10/27/2011 | Peter from Rutland
    So let's here it for all the literal loses who pulled out of the market and missed one of the best Octobers on record. Remember, it's buy low - sell high. Not, buy high - sell low. Hee haw! Sure does pay to have a financial adviser instead of a weak knee!
  • Obama's Budget Seeks $2 Trillion More in Spending and Deficits Than Last Year

    02/01/2010 9:07:15 PM PST · by myknowledge · 13 replies · 698+ views
    The Heritage Foundation ^ | February 1, 2010 | Brian M. Riedl
    Last year, President Obama swept into office on a promise to confront tough choices--and then released a budget proposing the largest debt-and-spending spree in American history. With Washington having committed itself to more government than its taxpayers could realistically afford, basic fiscal responsibility suggests that the President scale back his expensive proposals. Instead, this year's budget is even more fiscally irresponsible. Over the 10 years in which both budgets overlap (FY 2010-2019), this year's budget would spend an additional $1.7 trillion and run up an additional $2 trillion in budget deficits (see Table 1).[1] In fact, this year's proposal shows...