Monthly Archives: November 2012

7 reasons we like Jon Huntsman

The former Utah governor and 2012 presidential candidate has the winning resumé, sound philosophy, and the bipartisan experience most other politicians dream of. Advertisements

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Posted in Miscellaneous

With debt talks at a stalemate, Congress gets creative

Just as John Boehner announced that after weeks of negotiation, “no substantive progress has been made” toward resolving the fiscal cliff, frustrated members of congress have come forward with an unconventional solution to January’s impending debt crisis.

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Posted in Fiscal Policy

Obama and Romney mandate a man date

In October, 59.2 million Americans watched Barack Obama and Mitt Romney angrily circle each other in a bitter and confrontational town hall debate. No on could have predicted that the two men would be having lunch together this Thursday after

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Posted in President Obama

Finally, Republicans unveil a workable immigration bill

Republican Senators Jon Kyl and Kay Bailey Hutchison have finally taken the GOP’s first steps toward a comprehensive immigration reform plan by announcing their newest bill. Frankly, it’s about time.

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Posted in Social Policy

While Republicans offer compromise, Democrats ready to jump off the fiscal cliff

If all your friends jumped off a fiscal cliff, would you go over after them? Apparently some congressional Democrats are considering it, reasoning that failure to deal with the nation’s “perfect storm” of spending and revenue problems would be politically

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Posted in Fiscal Policy

China passes military milestone with first carrier landing

Earlier today, the Chinese military announced that it had successfully landed its first-generation J-15 fighter jet on the deck of its new aircraft carrier, bringing the People’s Republic one step closer to challenging the U.S. Navy for dominance of the

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Posted in Foreign Policy

Meet Mohamed Morsi – Egypt’s newest pharaoh

“And on the pedestal these words appear: My name is Ozymandias, king of kings. Look upon my works, ye mighty, and despair.”

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Posted in Foreign Policy

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