The last time Chicken Little (the banking interests) claimed the sky was falling was when Allen Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Hank Paulson, and Tim Geithner made the claim in 2008 to President George Bush and Congress that because the sub-prime mortgage bubble had burst the taxpayers would have to bailout the banks or the whole […]Read more "The next time Chicken Little claims the sky is falling, the sky will be falling!"
I don’t mean that in any pejorative way. All Americans are on a run-away train driven by our political elites and the powers that be behind the scene. Conservatives are the only ones who recognize that we are on a runaway train and all we can do is drag our feet in hopes of slowing […]Read more "Conservatives Are Dragging Their Feet"
There is no such thing as a free lunch; but politicians are prone to offer free lunches because they don’t expect the bill to come due on their watch. Furthermore, as my friend Brian is oft to say, all debts are eventually paid. They are paid by the debtor or they are paid by the […]Read more "The “Not On My Watch” Syndrome In American Politics"
[A short break from the series of post I started this week asking conservatives to consider some probing question about who inside or outside of government are shaping and moving domestic and foreign policy and what the objective is, because the objectives are not clear. I do plan to do one or two more posts […]Read more "Lame Ducks Face-Off Over The Fiscal Cliff"
Political feasibility is defined as the extent to which officials and policymakers are willing to accept and support a particular piece of public policy. Political feasibility is but one of many criteria we use when examining public policy, but it is arguably the most critical of them all. Without political feasibility, policy proposals will not possess the […]Read more "“Politically Feasible” an American Curse"
While most people’s attention is on the upcoming elections our economy teeters on the brink of disaster. President Obama and the MSM want us to belive that the economy is getting better; that we really are seeing the benefits of his policies. But we on Main Street do not see the economy improving. We know that […]Read more "Is That The Debt Bomb We Hear Ticking?"