The Obama Administration would rather jump into a vat of boiling lava than make the tiniest cuts in federal spending.
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America, meet Detroit. On the same day that the Detroit Financial Review Team declared Detroit in fiscal crisis, President Barack Obama stepped to the microphones to demagogue ANY federal budget cuts as a threat to public safety and the American economy.
This is a summary of the second debate between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama in a real-time diary format.
Detroit’s City Council has finally seen the light. In a monumental 5-4 decision, the latest consent agreement offered by Gov. Snyder establishes a chance for Detroit to solve their decades of fiscal impropriety, a generation of political denial of problems that Detroit has to face before we can look forward to the next version of … Continue Reading →
For Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, the title of this situation could also be re-worded as “How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Accept the EFM”. After all, Mayor Bing is the best option for an EFM as anyone could consider, and a 9-member finance council is far more than what other cities under both the … Continue Reading →
Tonight, yet another Republican candidate debate has taken place. And while the mainstream media and Democrats salivate over the latest Republican battle royale, here are a few fun facts to ponder and not lose sight of as to why the selection process is so important: Since January 20, 2009 (Obama’s Inauguration Day) – On average, the government has spent $6.6 million every … Continue Reading →