Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Wouldn't it be nice if it could be done, however, we all know it is not possible.

Just think about what else could have been accomplished with this money.

More bad news on NY's economic front. If the pension fund continues to lose money, you will be paying a lot more in taxes, all the more reason to create a new Tier that is based on defined contribution, rather than the current defined benefit.

In case you missed the debate last night, here is a pretty fair and accurate analysis of it. Jonah Goldberg opines on the debate. Human Event's, John Hayward, does also.

No one knows who you truly are when you try to be all things to all people, and we all know the reality is that no one can be all things to all people.....are you listening Sen. Gillibrand?

Is it possible the Bowles-Simpson Plan could be adopted? Dropping the corporate rate to 26% from the current 35% would be a good beginning to get the economy back on track.

The WSJ has an article by Glenn Hubbard that says it is still possible to cut spending. Good ideas for starters, I'm certain we can think of more. Another way to save tax payers money and lives; no more investing in companies like Geron.

November is National Adoption Month.

Bonus Thomas Sowell article on the "Failure or Success" of the Super Committee.

Wednesdays with Walter E. Williams: Should the Rich Be Condemned?

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.
Thank a Veteran for your Freedom.
We'll be back on Monday.

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