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Analysis of Republican Health Care Reform Bill

On November 3rd, the GOP made it’s new health care reform bill available for review.  The bill contains many elements of H.R.3400 which was the Republican-sponsored health care bill submitted in the House in July.  This new bill is being submitted as a substitute for Pelosi-care or H.R.3962. The legislation is considerably smaller than the liberal bill it is intended ...

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NY District 23 Election Results

Hoffman(I) concedes, Owens(D) victorious.  Scozzafava did manage 6% of votes, more than the margin of victory for Owens.

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Liberals Make Environmental Reform Impossible

Did you do a double-take on the title?  Well, it’s not a typo. Just like health care reform, climate reform isn’t being stopped by Conservatives, it’s the split left causing the stall. While most lefties in Congress can talk-the-talk of curing global warming, they are putting together legislation that does little to curb emissions.  Similar to health care reform, politicians’ ...

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Conservative Daily News Calls Virginia a Sweep for Republicans

Mcdonnell, Bolling, and Cuccinelli are project by Conservative Daily News to sweep Virginia.  With 25% of the returns in all three candidates are holding more than 60% of their respective votes. The Dems failed to execute, hope the GOP gets the message.  Sure, it’s a second chance, get Conservative or get replaced.

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China Seeing Record Inflation After Too Much Stimulus – Familiar?

A Bloomberg.com article stated that even a government-run economy can go awry when it pumps too much liquidity into the market under the guise of “stimulus”. “China’s banking regulator plans to review debt levels at some real-estate developers on concern the companies’ borrowings are fueling excessive gains in property prices..” More the concern is what happens when that stimulus is ...

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Manufacturing Up as Factories Stop Cutting Inventories

As an almost total surprise, the Institute for Supply Management’s factory index(NAPMPMI:IND) rose to its highest level in three years.   The 55.7 level indicates stronger growth in manufacturing than any economists had predicted.  Most were looking for between 50 and 55. The index is based on a survey of manufacturing executives.  Taken by itself, this index seems incredibly positive, but ...

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Dede Scozzafava Endorses Democrat in NY 23 Race

I am sure there are one or two people out there surprised by this, but Scozzafava, the very liberal Republican candidate in the NY district 23 special election, is throwing her support behind Bill Owens, the Democrat. Considering her liberal positions on abortion, unions, and life-in-general, it should surprise no one, except perhaps Michael Steele and New Gingrich – the ...

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Ford Held Hostage By Obama Administration

The government having a major stake in an American company was obviously in-conflict with the Constitution, but the United Auto Workers union (UAW) having a large stake in GM and Chrysler was an outright conflict-of-interest.  Obama followers said that it would not cause any problems and that Conservatives were just overreacting.  Bloomberg.com reported today, that the UAW is refusing to ...

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