To Be Clinton
Once Democrats saw Obama as Kennedy; today, they would settle for Clinton.
Despite anemic economy, the federal government keeps right on growing.
Conceding the Ideological Debate
Ideologically, the Left resembles the emperor who wore no clothes. Why is the Right so reluctant to say so?
America’s Policy-Propelled Earthquake
The economic pressures of social policies have been building for decades.
Soaking the Rich
Taxing the rich can’t solve the deficit problem, controlling spending can.
The Left and Progressively Higher Taxes
For liberals, the tax system gets progressively fairer the more earners pay.
Deficits Prompt Revenue Scavenger Hunt
Left will need to hit the middle class with new taxes to address the deficit.
Not since World War II, when America was fighting a global two-front war for its survival, has the government borrowed and spent so much.
Squeezing the Budget Balloon
Wednesday is the last day of the worst fiscal year in America’s history
Generations of Debt
By 2080, when your grandchild enters the workforce, America will be an economic basket-case and your retirement will be impossible.