A new model for presidential debates
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A new model for presidential debates

“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell The recent presidential and vice-presidential debates ended any remaining doubt that our current debate model is utterly obsolete, and counterproductive to Americans’ rational self-interests.  Most obscenely, as the inimitable Michael Ramirez graphically depicted, in the second debate Gov. Romney actually … Continue reading

The facts: Obama vs. Reagan on job creation
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The facts: Obama vs. Reagan on job creation

President Obama is counting on you being either stupid, or under-informed or misinformed, regarding the most basic aspects of America’s economy, and recent history. Why else would he (a) allow a senior official in his campaign to appear on a national-televised news forum and make egregiously false claims about our economy and his record, then … Continue reading

Black unemployment under Obama – and Reagan
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Black unemployment under Obama – and Reagan

A major part of the narrative that Obama and his enablers used in 2007-2008 to justify his quest to be president, was the firebrand criticism that he leveled against President Bush’s record on black unemployment: (In 2003) Obama assailed Bush’s “attack on working families,” arguing that the President needed to “fix up the economy first” … Continue reading

Unemployment 2009-2012: Obama projections vs. reality
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Unemployment 2009-2012: Obama projections vs. reality

In 2008, Sen. Obama claimed he was the most qualified candidate to turn our unemployment situation around.  He called President Bush “unpatriotic” and “irresponsible” for running up $4 trillion in debt over his eight years in office (but failed to note that Bush’s eight-year unemployment rate averaged 5.3%): “Bush has taken out a credit card … Continue reading