Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The nation is in serious trouble when its president thinks like this and believing that we don't have an immediate crisis in terms of debt.  How do you get him to come to the table and consider other options besides raising taxes?  Did he fail every math class he took?  The problem is also that he surrounds himself with people who believe the same warped thinking and unfortunately more and more Americans are beginning to think the same way.  "Houston, we have a problem."

Living Large in the Obama White House.

National Review looks at Congressman Paul Ryan's budget.

Heritage Foundation looks at Obamacare's Medicaid Trap.

Ohio and hydrofracking in the New York Times. In New York, where unemployment in the Elmira area was 10.5 percent last month, can not explore hydrofracking because Governor Andrew Cuomo thinks it should be studied more.  Keep studying hydrofrackng, Govenor, after all the process is only 100 years old and no improvements have occurred in the last 100 years.

Dennis Prager opines on the Left's gift to America's youth. 

Donald Devine asks why not make the minimum wage $20.

Parents take note:  did you know that these are the articles your daughters are reading in Seventeen Magazine?

Part 2 of Thomas Sowell's Intellectuals and Race.

Wednesday's with Walter E. Williams.

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