If the GOP continues to ignore their base, conservatives like Palin and many others may walk away and form a new party.
If this bill is passed, red states like Texas will become blue and then the GOP can forget about winning another presidential election.
The Department of Big Labor admits that the number of regular federal employees covered under all unemployment benefit programs is 3,277 fewer people this year than last. Perhaps this math helps explain why housing prices in the Washington, D.C. metro area are reaching all-time record highs.
Imagine the horror show your life will become when your company introduces a program that will have you and your co-workers sweating like the cursed employees of Colorado-based Datalogix, where a typical day can have these poor devils "thrusting 20-pound medicine balls overhead, while their Spandex-clad co-workers sprinted up and down the lobby's carpeted staircase."
Forgiven is forgiven. That means the deal and any obligation is completely wiped out and gone. But chances are, Chase or MasterCard aren’t going to call you up and forgive the debt.
Beware: Prospectuses of the country’s largest money market funds indicated that my $1.00 wasn’t guaranteed and that capital controls, when or if I get my money back, is entirely at their discretion.
Considering the successful overthrow of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, only to be replaced by the Muslim Brotherhood (how’s that workin’ out for ya, Hillary?), I’m a wee bit concerned when U.S. officials report “fears that the fall of (Syrian) President Bashar al-Assad would enable Al-Qaeda to flourish in Syria.”
Real GDP was a miniscule 0.4 percent at an annual rate for last year’s fourth quarter, up from an earlier estimate of 0.1 percent. Perhaps more to the point, the year-on-year GDP change is only 1.7 percent, less than the 2 percent average growth of the Obama recovery, which is still the weakest in modern times going back to 1947.
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