After five years of service from President Nicolas Sarkozy who sought to reduce government controls of the economy and to stimulate private enterprise, French voters tossed him aside last May in favor of a presidential candidate who was nominated jointly by both the French Socialist Party, and France’s “Radical Left Party.”
Barack Obama doesn't think the rich are paying their fair share of income taxes. So what is their fair share?
Q&A with Steve Forbes about how many new federal jobs have been created under Obama.
Reducing the power of bankers and the political class — along with gold’s empirical record of turbo-charging job-creation and economic growth — is core for gold’s proponents. Thus, that inevitably will become public knowledge and make gold a potentially huge electoral asset.
Hint: There's a lot of choice involved.
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