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ABI indicates Less Bad News

Washington, DC — The Architectural Billings Index (ABI) rose for the third straight month to 48.2 from a reading of 47.9 in July. But the rise is not good news,…

Obama Changes CPI to Skew Data

Obama Changes CPI to Skew Data

If you’ve been to the grocery store, fast food restaurant or bought just about anything lately you know that the price has been going up – A lot. You don’t…

Do Americans Deserve Freedom?

Do Americans Deserve Freedom?

  Like most Americans (not in Washington) I have had to cope with many unfortunate & challenging situations in the last year and a half. I have laid my father…

Who should pay more in Taxes?

Who should pay more in Taxes?

Take a moment to look at the image of these cute little angels. They were born equal. They are equal in the eyes of God. They are equal in the…

Is a Cash Society coming?

Something happened while we were all sleeping. We assumed that because our world was going digital we were more than likely going to become a “cashless society”.  It turned out…

10 Things we have Learned about Barack Hussein Obama

10 Things we have Learned about Barack Hussein Obama

It is important to always learn from every situation. Lest, "those who do not remember the mistakes of the past, are sure to repeat them". So let us examine 10…

Democrats Against the Ropes

According to Fox News,  Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the so-called public option — a government-run health care plan that would be just one component of a…

Time dilutes outrage over AIG

As always happens, “Time” has diluted the disgust and outrage over the bailout of the “too big to fail” AIG company. Public attention has moved on. In total, our government,…

What's actually in the Healthcare Bill?

So you want to know what is actually in the health care bill? Below is a summation of all 1000+ pages, brought to you by Mathew D. Staver, Professor of…

Unemployment hardest on 18 to 24 year olds

Unemployment hardest on 18 to 24 year olds

We all know that the current national unemployment rate of 9.7% represents only those people who are currently collecting unemployment benefits. It doesn’t count the millions of unemployed who have…