Tag Archives: Reform

The only way Obama can win in 2012?

I think that Obama’s recent run of political miscalculation at home and abroad has cost him dearly in the court of public opinion that all politicians must rely on in order to get reelected to their jobs. Whether or not … Continue reading

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What if the government fails?

With all the debate over healthcare, one question that I have not found anyone asking or answering is “What happens if the government fails?” I’m not talking about failing to deliver on its promises on health care, I’m talking about … Continue reading

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Real reform

Finally, an idea for real reform has come out of Congress. Senators Maria Cantwell and John McCain introduced the Banking Integrity Act of 2009 that would reinstate provisions of the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 that blocked banks from mixing consumer … Continue reading

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Speaking of dictatorship

Worldview Thought for the Day

What do you call it when a government requires people to buy a product or service from the government by the threat of force? […] Continue reading

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