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Monthly Archives: July 2011
The hyperbole is getting deep in DC as the debt ceiling deadline looms next week. Everyone is pretty much on board with the idea that our politicians are playing games. Not many Americans are happy about it either. In the … Continue reading
It’s a fair question. The debt ceiling was raised eighteen times during Reagan’s administration; more than any other President. Reagan said it was necessary and chastised anyone who even mildly objected to it citing that it was necessary to fuel … Continue reading
As the debate rages on in the never ending game of chicken in Washington politics, the machinations are baffling to observe. It’s little wonder that polls have negative numbers for both parties at almost all time highs despite the obvious brinkmanship of the Republicans. … Continue reading
Politico now has an interactive preview of the Sunday shows with the hosts of each show. Politico’s John Harris interviews David Gregory, Christiane Amanpour, and Bob Schieffer for Turn the Table. Got a burning comment on the Sunday talk show … Continue reading
(Red Right Returning is a look back at the activity of the past week of the Republican candidates in the 2012 primary. RRR is a nautical mnemonic for the side of the buoy or marker on which you should pilot your … Continue reading
Maybe. Is it just me or does there seem to be some sort of collusion going on on the state level? Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin really swatted the hornet’s nest with the union busting thing. He’s about to pay for that … Continue reading