Monthly Archives: August 2010

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""I think this group (the White House and Congress) does not understand what it takes to create jobs," he said. "And I think they’re flummoxed by their experiment in Keynesian economics not working." – Intel CEO Paul Otellini, Investor’s Business … Continue reading

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"The Taliban offers bad law—chopping off hands, stoning desperate housewives, the usual things. Perhaps you have to live in a place that has had no law for a long time—since the Soviets invaded 31 years ago—before you welcome bad law … Continue reading

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"I hope by next year we’ll have abolished Fannie and Freddie…it was a great mistake to push lower-income people into housing they couldn’t afford and couldn’t really handle once they had it. I had been too sanguine about Fannie and … Continue reading

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"Key White House allies are dramatically shifting their attempts to defend health care legislation, abandoning claims that it will reduce costs and deficit and instead stressing a promise to "improve it."" – Ben Smith, POLITICO New Dem message: ‘Improve’ health … Continue reading

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"…envy and resentment have been cultivated to the point where even people who contribute nothing to society feel that they have a right to a "fair share" of what others have produced." – Thomas Sowell Administration Is Taking All Of … Continue reading

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"Now there is leaked news of plans to change the immigration laws by administrative fiat, rather than Congressional legislation, presumably because Congress might be unduly influenced by those pesky voters– with their Constitutional rights– who have shown clearly that they … Continue reading

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"…our political and media elites want a bigger, more intrusive, and more expensive government, and they want a Value Added Tax (VAT) to pay for it. Their strategy is to de-legitimize other alternatives-particularly faster economic growth-to the point where they … Continue reading

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