Oct 042012
 October 4, 2012  Posted by at 6:19 am Economy, Election 2012, Obama, Romney 2012 Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Romney routes Obama in debate, his campaign starting to look like Rocky II.

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I thought Romney won and Romney won big, he won by two touchdowns. You know, when a challenger just steps up on the stage that already gives him stature. But when he performs the way Romney did, I think it really changes things. It doesn’t change the game, but it changes the momentum. […]

Jul 282012
CLINT EASTWOOD stars again! Will take a lead roll in Trouble with the Curve!

YES YES! Clint Eastwood will act again…!  Clint Eastwood is starring in a new film titled Trouble with the Curve, after stating that Gran Torino would be the last movie he would act.  Personally I’m excited and cannot wait to see this movie since all of Eastwood’s films have great traditional American messages and tend […]

Mar 292012
 March 29, 2012  Posted by at 2:15 pm Economy Tagged with:  No Responses »
House rejects Bowles-Simpson, Obama budgets

The Bowles-Simpson deficit-reduction plan went down to a crushing defeat in the House late Wednesday night in a vote that damages the one bipartisan proposal that just a few months ago had seemed like a possible solution to the country’s debt woes. The 382-38 defeat, with just 16 Republicans and 22 Democrats voting for it, marks […]

Mar 222012
 March 22, 2012  Posted by at 4:25 pm Economy Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
‘Buffett rule’ fails its first test in Congress

House Republicans on the Budget Committee on Wednesday rejected an effort to impose the “Buffett rule” tax on Americans, arguing it would stifle investment without doing any work to lower the deficit. The vote came as the panel worked its way through the House GOP’s budget, released earlier this week, which draws the broad outlines of a rewrite of […]

Mar 202012
 March 20, 2012  Posted by at 5:12 pm Economy Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
The GOP Budget and America's Future

The president’s budget gives more power to bureaucrats, takes more from taxpayers to fuel the expansion of government, and commits our nation to a future of debt and decline. March 20, 2012 By PAUL RYAN Less than a year ago, the House of Representatives passed a budget that took on our generation’s greatest domestic challenge: […]

Mar 162012
 March 16, 2012  Posted by at 4:14 pm Economy, Obama Tagged with: , ,  No Responses »
CBO: Obama budget deepens debt by $3.5 trillion

President Obama’s budget would pile up an additional $3.5 trillion in debt over the next 10 years and shows the government’s trust funds running out of money in 2020, Congress’s official non-partisan scorekeeper said Friday. In 2012 alone Mr. Obama’s budget would leave a $1.3 trillion deficit — $82 billion worse than if none of his policies were […]

Mar 162012
 March 16, 2012  Posted by at 2:18 pm Economy Tagged with: , ,  No Responses »
Consumer Prices in U.S. Rose in February as Gasoline Jumped

The cost of living in the U.S. rose in February by the most in 10 months, reflecting a jump in gasoline that failed to spread to other goods and services. The consumer-price index climbed 0.4 percent, matching the median forecast of economists surveyed by Bloomberg News, after increasing 0.2 percent the prior month, the Labor […]

Mar 142012
 March 14, 2012  Posted by at 3:08 pm Economy Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Current-Account Deficit in U.S. Widens to $124.1 Billion

The current-account deficit in the U.S. widened more than forecast in the fourth quarter to $124.1 billion, the biggest in three years. The gap, the broadest measure of international trade because it includes income payments and government transfers, grew 15 percent from a revised $107.6 billion shortfall in the prior quarter that was smaller than initially estimated, […]

Mar 082012
 March 8, 2012  Posted by at 5:21 pm Economy, Raw Category Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Want More Jobs, America? Here's how to make it happen

  Friday, the Commerce Department is expected to report the deficit on international trade in goods and services was $48.4 billion in January, only slightly changed from December. This trade deficit is the most significant barrier to more robust economic growth and jobs creation. The pace of economic recovery has disappointed, because the U.S. economy suffers […]