Chart of the Day.
Deficit of $377 billion higher than any pre-Obama deficit
Boxer: “Absolutely no way we’re going to cut spending.”
So much cronyism.
The CBO finally found out what’s in it.
While the rest of the eurozone was off to an at least relatively decent start in terms of business activity …
Giving it back
Most unfortunately, the government issue of unsustainable promises — and the unaffordable list of long-term liabilities thereby incurred — is …
In announcing their kind of bizarre and severely hackneyed plan to foster “promise zones” in specially selected locales as a …
What the what?
The domestic fresh-cut Christmas-tree industry certainly hopes so — and heck, who can blame them, really? So many other niche …
Under the wire.
Assuming you can get signed up, of course.
No graceful exits for these guys.
Or, “How to Turn $16 Billion in ‘Spending Cuts’ into up to $22 Billion in Spending Increases”.
“Look, in the (Republican Senate) minority, you don’t have the burden of governing.”
“Crony capitalism at its worst.”
The “sick man of Europe.”
Leaving on a jet plane.
Last week, the news broke that the Obama administration was ever-so-quietly adding a bit of crafty rulemaking to the already …
The taxman cometh.
Fifth-highest deficit in history
Taxes with no clear title
While some European economists and finance ministers are all about the optimism and are acting quite pleased with the eurozone’s …
‘Cause, why not? Right?
“what happened that day was emblematic of a deeply troubling trend among progressives…”
“The jobs are still leaving. Nothing has stopped.”