Not surprisingly, there was very little about the President’s jobs speech to write home about.
Did World War II teach us anything about spending-as-stimulus? Not really.
Do the less attractive deserve legal protection? One University Of Texas Profess thinks so.
Details of the President’s jobs plan are starting to leak out, and they’re not looking impressive.
Does Ron Paul’s second place showing at Ames mean the media should take him seriously as a contender? No, it doesn’t.
Any politician telling you that solving our problems will be easy is lying to you.
The defense spending lobby is already engaging in fear-mongering over very modest defense cuts.
Rumors of Timothy Geithner’s departure from the Treasury Department may have been exaggerated.
Following on Doug’s cheery post about the weak state of the economy here are some more things to consider.
Once again, the debt ceiling deal is raising questions about the President’s leadership.
And you thought the bad economic news was over.
The ban on gays openly serving in the military will end in September, nine months after President Obama signed the repeal into law.
Two economists look at a 30 year investment in a home versus putting the same money in the stock market.
The idea that we can avoid the consequences of failing to raise the debt ceiling is patently absurd.
The White House would really appreciate it if you didn’t pay attention to all that bad economic news.
Illegal immigration from Mexico is down substantially, and it has nothing to do with all those anti-immigration laws.
The New York Times keeps digging up new facts about yesterday’s shocking reversal in the Dominque Strauss-Kahn case.
A Federal Appeals Court struck down an Amendment to the Michigan Constitution today as unconstitutional.
President Obama wants a million hybrid cars on the road by 2015. That’s easier said than done.
Can gay soldiers now get married and receive the same federal benefits as heterosexuals?
Catholic University president John Garvey explains “Why We’re Going Back to Single-Sex Dorms.”
The housing market has changed over the past five years, and that’s a good thing.
All in all, not looking like it will be a fun summer.
Real Estate prices continue to fall, but where are the buyers? Maybe they’re acting sane this time.
Republicans seem to have realized that the Ryan Plan’s Medicare reforms aren’t going anywhere.
There has been some buzz on the national security backchannels that a heretofore secret “stealth” helicopter was used in the SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan hideout.
Three years later, there are no signs that the real estate market is anywhere close to recovering.
An increasing number of bright observers are questioning the notion that everyone needs to go to college.
Is our current economic situation the result of massive government intervention? The Randians certainly think so.
The American people have no idea what’s really in the Federal Budget, which makes any discussion about what to cut virtually impossible.
Is Saudi Arabia the next domino to fall in the Middle East? The Royal family is hoping that money will be enough to make sure that doesn’t happen.
The U.S. housing market is a long way from the glory days of the housing bubble, and that’s a good thing.