State of the Union


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President Obama’s Robin Hood plan loses a step but the middle-class gains

The best laid plans of mice and men, as the saying goes. To head off an embarrassing bipartisan defeat the White House has chosen to remove the new tax from the budget to be released on February 2, 2015. Rep. Lynn Jenkins (Republican) put forward a bi-partisan proposal to expand the 529 credit as opposed to taxing it.


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2015 State of the Union Address, a very detailed step-by-step review

President Obama’s new plan for America, dubbed Middle-Class Economics, surprisingly is filled with “shovel-ready” jobs, tax the rich schemes, Robin Hood redistribution of wealth, and appeasement international policy that comprised every other State of the Union he has made so far. The only new parts were the threats of veto against any Republican idea that might be presented in 2015 or beyond.


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Commentary – 2013 State of the Union Address

How many times was a threat of Executive Order made? What reason beyond guilt over the shootings of Giffords and Newtown justifies gun restrictions on law-abiding citizens? How do you define a citizen if not as a member of a nation? These are only a few of the questions that the 2013 State of the Union brought up.


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Republican double dare to President Obama – commentary

Speaker Boehner, “All options are on the table. If it’s not enacted before we take up the American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act, it’ll be part of it.”

It’s like kids in a schoolyard. A dare is made and rejected. Then the dare is pressed again, this time with the taunt, “I double dare you!”







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