Tag Archives: cap and trade

Our Jobs President At Work

President Obama travels to Ohio to promote the $862 billion failure otherwise known as the stimulus’s 10,000th project, causing hundreds to lose a days pay. Way to go Mr. President. Maybe these guys can receive their lost wages from the $100 million fund that BP set up to help out of work oil-rig workers. After all, the president’s six month…

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Coakley’s Soft Spot: Cap and Trade

We’ve all seen Rasmussen’s numbers, Brown’s winning independents 65-21 and still down to Coakley by 9. Which means that Rasmussen doesn’t see many independents turning out to vote on the 19th. If you’ve made calls for Scott, I can guarantee you the folks who’ve responded ” I haven’t thought about it” when asked if they’ll be supporting Scott are independents.…

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To Create Jobs, First Do No Harm

The unemployment numbers for November were just released and Wall Street is chearing that only 11,000 Americans lost their jobs. The news media will no doubt be trumpeting the success of President Obama’s job summit. I can just see a gleeful Brian Williams informing America that “only one day after his job summit President Obama has turned the economy around”.…

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Tax Cuts: Are the GOP a One Trick Pony?

I love tax cuts.  Tax cuts poll well and unify Republicans.  Lower taxes are better for economic growth and let you keep more of your own money.  On this one issue the GOP gets a gold star… or a sugar cube.  Unfortunately, I feel our party has been running on an economic plank and not an economic platform in recent…

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Anyone buying these numbers ?

( – promoted by DD4RP) I may be a bit skeptical but here the latest consumer’s cost estimate from CBO for Cap and Trade
WASHINGTON, June 22 (Reuters) – Climate change legislation pending in Congress would cost U.S. households only about $175 annually in higher energy and consumer prices, far less than the $3,100 “burden” opponents have claimed would result,…

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