The Lincoln style debate hosted by the Texas Patriots PAC between Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich was not a debate. It was a forum where the two candidates were able to talk about their ideas on how to reform the entitlement programs of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicade. Only minutes into what was billed as a debate, […]Read more "Some Thoughts on the Cain/Gingrich Forum"
Most of you already know that I have decided to back Ron Paul for President. My reasoning is that I believe that the potential for an economic meltdown is high and that Ron Paul is best equipped to deal with such an event. He understands better than any other candidate the fiscal and monetary issues that must […]Read more "Herman Cain vs. Ron Paul"
The candidates are beginning to speak out on a number of issues and that is what is needed for thinking people to decide who they will back in the primaries. Not all the candidates get the same amount of media attention. Some of that is due the candidate’s standing in the polls and part is due […]Read more "The Primay Campaigns Are Getting Interesting"
Finally a politician, Herman Cain, is looking beyond just the problems of our debt and deficits and is proposing something that has the potential to get our pathetic economy going again. Cain was in New Hampshire, having just opened his headquarters there, and he announced his proposal for a 9% corporate tax rate,a 9% personal […]Read more "Finally _ A Politician with a Plan _ Herman Cain’s 9-9-9"
World economic news is all bad. The Dow Jones Industrial Adverage fell 280 points yesterday and other world markets fell as well. Moody cut Greece’s bond rating by three notches and Europe’s situation is weakening as the dollar shows gains. The big money managers are in a panic because they can’t see a good place to invest […]Read more "We Need Leadership Now!!!"
And when there’s no more blood, what then? Obama and the liberals love their populist meme: Tax the rich because they are not paying their fair share. Obama and at least some liberals know that is not true but they continue to beat this drum. Why? Because it’s an easy sell. When people are hurting, they want […]Read more "Tax the Rich Until They Bleed"
Everybody is talking about the sky-rocketing national debt. Everyone is talking about the need to reduce spending and that is good. It should finally be obvious to the most casual observer that if we spend more than we take in that debt will continue to increase. The President will talk tonight about reforming entitlements and that […]Read more "Herman Cain on Corporate Taxes"