ATMs are bad, they put bank tellers out of work.
Pre-filled tax returns are good, they put tax preparers out of work.
A one-time, 10% tax break for any new hiring expenses would create a million jobs.
Permanently reducing corporate tax rates wouldn't create jobs.
Using taxpayer money to bail-out a failing company, cut jobs, and slash wages is good.
Using private money to purchase a failing company, cut jobs, and slash wages is bad.
Federal spending on cancer research is good.
Private spending on cancer research is bad.
Artificial price floors are beneficial.
Artificial price ceilings are beneficial.
by lady_love1586 years ago
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Banks-rep … 62554.htmlForeclosures topped 1 million in 2010 and the pace is expected to pick up in this quarter pushing home prices down an additional 5% and putting more borrowers...
by Alexander A. Villarasa4 years ago
Now that all three presidential and one vice-presidential debates are history, the quintessential question begs to be answered. Are we better off economically compared to 4 years ago when Pres. Obama assumed...
by AnnCee5 years ago
Former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty turned out a blockbuster economic-growth plan this past week, including deep cuts in taxes, spending, and regulations. It's really the first Reaganesque supply-side growth plan...
by lady_love1585 years ago
http://hotair.com/archives/2011/02/11/s … est-since/Seems even democrats dislike the job Obama has done on reducing unemployment... well I'm not surprised!!
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