Monthly Archives: July 2012

Obama Got It Wrong

KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL had an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal on Friday, July 27. Obama’s comment that “You didn’t build that” came from Massachusetts senatorial candidate Elizabeth Warren. Last August she told her constituents that government was the … Continue reading

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Poverty Up, Economy Down

Common sense tells you that with the growth in the US poverty level, our economy will continue to plummet. The poverty level has reached a new high since statistics for this category started in 1959. It has reached the new … Continue reading

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Do Liberals Really Want To Pay Higher Taxes?

The hue and cry from the liberal Democrats in Washington is higher taxes are needed. Well do they practice what they preach? I have asked liberal friends if they feel higher taxes are needed. Sure they respond. The money is … Continue reading

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Answer To Tax Cut President Quiz

Although the description may sound like a Republican President, it wasn’t in this case. Taxes remained high after World War II but the first substantial tax cut came from John F. Kennedy. Kennedy recognized that the best way to grow … Continue reading

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Who Was The Tax Cut President Hint

The economist John Kenneth Galbraith wrote about this prosperous period in history in his book, “The Affluent Society.” With more money in their pockets and less taxes to pay, Americans were purchasing American made products including what were considered luxury … Continue reading

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Who Was The Tax Cut President Quiz

History has demonstrated certain economic truths and one of them is that increased revenues for the federal government come with a decrease in taxes. This has been proven over and over again but our Washington politicans certainly don’t pay attention … Continue reading

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Who Was The Tax Cut President?

Many of this president’s advisors argued for massive government spending to stimulate demand and create jobs. He said, “It is a paradoxical truth that tax rates are too high today, and tax revenues are too low and the soundest way … Continue reading

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