Trump To Clinton:“I’m Going To Cut Regulations. I’m Going To Cut Taxes Big League, And You’re Going To Raise Taxes Big League, End Of Story.” Transcript: TRUMP: “You are going to approve one of the biggest tax cuts in history. You are going to approve one of the biggest tax increases in history. You are
“In his remarks today, Donald Trump called for a new civil rights agenda that includes the right to a safe community, the right to a great education and the right to a secure job. These civil rights are in addition to the fundamental, constitutional civil rights of our society and the absolute commitment to equal
Hillary Clinton Is Campaigning For President Obama’s Third Term, But Their Economic Policies Will Lead To More Job Losses And Increased Poverty In Ohio And Pennsylvania Clinton Has Explicitly Campaigned On A Continuation Of President Obama’s Policies: The Washington Post Said Clinton Was Positioning “Herself As President Obama’s Heir Apparent.” “So it looks as if Hillary Clinton is
Gavin McInnes, Taki’s Magazine We went to the Trump rally in (sorry, “on”) Long Island Wednesday night and it was a blast. He chose Bethpage, which is a relatively blue-collar town, and the rally was in the same airplane hangar they used to build F-14s in. I was with cabdriver comic Jimmy Failla, who was dressed
Kevin Glass, Editors’ note: this piece appears in the March issue of Townhall Magazine. In his first address to Congress after being sworn in as President of the United States, President Obama laid out an aggressive progressive agenda for increasing the number of Americans with college degrees over the next ten years. “We will provide
Still unsure where all of the president’s $831 billion dollars in stimulus went? So are a lot of Americans, including a House committee currently demanding records on half a million dollars in phony MSNBC ad buys the White House procured to promote job opportunities that did not exist. The House Committee on Education and the
Just minutes after Clint Eastwood’s speech at the 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC), which involved him having a discussion with an invisible Obama seated in a chair, a twitter account popped up mocking the actor for his conservative outburst. Predictably, Eastwood’s liberal Hollywood colleagues were not too fond of his outspoken condemnation of the President.
Most of the damage inflicted on the U.S. labor market by the recession is reversible, according to Federal Reserve research, leaving open the possibility that additional stimulus will be effective in reducing joblessness. About one-third, or 1.5 percentage points, of the jump in unemployment from 5 percent as the economic slump began to its 10