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Chart of the week: Running of the Bulls

I’m an engineer. I love data, and I love charts. So once a week I’m going to show you a chart that I think is relevant in the world of politics. Then you can read the explanation and use it to

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Posted in Fiscal Policy

Mitt Romney: “What I Learned at Bain Capital”

Mitt Romney’s op-ed today in the Wall Street journal reminds me of the reasons I voted for him in the first place.

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Posted in President Obama

Hiring Can’t Beat Firing – Unemployment Rises to 8.3%

If this is starting to sound familiar, you’ve probably been reading the news.

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Posted in President Obama

Obama’s Virginia Gaffe Could Prove Costly

President Obama might want to start making friends with American small business owners – and quickly. 

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Obama: Too Busy to Meet with Jobs Council

Despite all the attention unemployment is getting from the Obama campaign, the President hasn’t met with his “Jobs Council” in over 6 months.

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Bill Clinton: Obama Wrong, Romney’s Bain Record “Sterling”

Say what you will about Bill Clinton, the guy knows how to balance a budget (with some Republican help, of course). The former President is also known for his candor on many hot political issues, and while he may be

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