Elbert Guillory, an African-American Louisiana State Senator, joined the program to explain why he left the Democrat Party and became a Republican. In the words of Martin Luther King Jr, he says he is “free at last” from the shackles of Big Government.
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China’s manufacturing numbers seem to be slipping. . . So be on the lookout for more (Chinese) government stimulus:
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The American Family is in decline. . . How do you think this bodes for our economy?
There’s a week of important data ahead. . . At least one sector might have some good news: (Although, it makes you wonder: How many of these cars are Chevy Volts?)
Meet Elbert Guillory:
Yeah. . . This’ll help the California economy:
Nice. . . Flow charts and illustrations. Even Liberals should be able to understand this:
A nice lesson in economics: