|OPINION AND EDITORIAL|
|ANOTHER BANK BAILOUT ON THE WAY|
March 25, 2010
By Mike Whitney
Housing is on the rocks and prices are headed lower. That's not the consensus view, but it's a reasonably safe assumption. Master illusionist Ben Bernanke managed to engineer a modest 7-month uptick in sales, but the fairy dust will wear off later this month when the Fed stops purchasing mortgage-backed securities and long-term interest rates begin to creep higher.
|“PUNISH” THEM AT THE POLLS COME NOVEMBER|
March 23, 2010
There was a rash of talk the past 24 hours by Republicans – including House Minority leader John “Bonehead” Boehner who curiously has eyes as dead and lifeless as the Antichrist – about how Democrats will get “punished” at the polls come November for committing the mortal sin of trying to get decent health care to all Americans – something that every other modern nation has already done long ago because it is not brain surgery.
|WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH DEMOCRATS?|
By David Sirota
March 19, 2010
Ever since Thomas Frank published his book "What's the Matter With Kansas?" Democrats have sought a political strategy to match the GOP's. The health care bill proves they’ve found one.
Whereas Frank highlighted Republicans' sleight-of-hand success portraying millionaire tax cuts as gifts to the working class, Democrats are now preposterously selling giveaways to insurance and pharmaceutical executives as a middle-class agenda.
|DEMOCRATS CAN'T BALANCE BUDGET|
Defy Will Of The People On Taxes
March 08, 2010
On November 6, 2007, the people of Washington State voted in favor of “The Taxpayer Protection Initiative,” commonly called Initiative 960. In addition to requiring , approval of two-thirds of the legislature, it also required every statewide tax measure on a ballot for voters to approve, disapprove or offer an advisory, and mandated that a press release be issued on every meaningful action on bills dealing with taxes and fees.
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