On Monday, the 2012 Trustees Report on Medicare was released and the news isn’t as bad as you might think. It’s worse.
Romney has already disclosed that his effective tax rate is about 15 percent, well below the rate that most middle class taxpayers pay. On the strength of that disclosure, the demagoguery is on, little of it having any connection to facts.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban caused a stir earlier this week on his blog. He opined that paying taxes is, “the most patriotic thing you can do.”
Were it not for those greedy private jet owners refusing to pay their “fair share” of taxes America could solve its deficit and debt problems. So says the Demagouger-in-Chief as he avoids actually addressing the problem.
For ruling-class elites, there is nothing to recommend Texas. It is a miserable, Red State, George W. Bush-spawning hell-on-earth. So how, then, do they explain job numbers just released by the federal government?
Yesterday, Standard & Poor’s issued a negative outlook on the sovereign debt of the United States. Thus the U.S. joins an ignominious pantheon of bankrupt companies and failed socialist states.
Former President Bush has emerged from near total media seclusion for the purpose of promoting his new book called “Decision Points.”
Earlier this week on Tuesday morning, the top folks at Trinity Mother Frances Health System in Tyler hosted a breakfast for the purpose of making a big announcement.
Since 1960, the country has been in a tug-of-war between those on the right that believe that one can only be truly free when one accepts full responsibility for one’s own life…
The so-called “Bush tax cuts” are set to expire, Mr. President…