Monthly Archives: December 2010

Getting Out of the Oil-Import Hole

“Merry Christmas, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and other oil-exporters.” At least, that’s what President Barack Obama could have said as he presented these nations with a n early gift: reversing course (again) and declaring our own oil reserves off-limits. And so we dig ourselves deeper into our oil-import hole. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Economic Recovery: Free Markets and Entrepreneurs to Create Jobs

The Obama Administration’s $862 billion stimulus bill was an expensive failure that increased the federal deficit, contributed to America’s deteriorating fiscal health, and failed to reduce unemployment. Instead of repeating this mistake, Congress should alleviate business fears and economic uncertainty by maintaining the current tax policy (extending the 2001 and […] Read the original post […]

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Christmas Shouldn’t Come Early for Green Energy

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., is doing his best Santa impersonation this year, distributing gifts to certain energy producers – and he’s using your money to do it. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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