In two previous articles, “Maintain Tax Cuts for the Rich? Americans Don’t Seem to Buy the Conservative Argument” and the “Efficacy of Tax Cuts Is now Questioned” I laid out two basic premises. One was that a majority of the American people did not buy into the conservative argument that tax cuts had to be maintained for the richest among us. The second was that the use of tax cuts in this type of economic downturn had been called into question by some very prominent economists and that those same economists just happen to be on the right side of the political spectrum.
|By: Phoenix Woman Wednesday April 14, 2010 7:43 am|
Oh, look: David Frum’s trying to beg his way back into the good graces of the conservative movement with a bit of hot fresh revisionist history regarding the US Supreme Court! Too bad it’s horsepucky.
|By: SJGulitti Thursday March 25, 2010 2:32 pm|
The cause for concern generated by the rising number of violent anti-government incidents.
|By: Gerald McEntee Wednesday March 24, 2010 12:05 pm|
Michael Steele, the hapless chairman of the Republican National Committee, was asked a while back by Fox News how he would stop health care reform. “I will be the cow on the track,” he answered.
|By: Knox Monday January 25, 2010 8:13 pm|
Mr, President, stop compromising. Stop cutting deals. Stop caving in. You don’t need to appease Republicans or act like one in order to appeal to Independents and regain momentum in your base. Just govern like the Democrat you promised to be during the campaign, and 2010 will be a great year for all Democrats.
|By: SJGulitti Saturday December 19, 2009 8:10 am|
A deconstruction of Neoconservative William Kristol’s assumption the the G.O.P. will move further to the right.