Obama’s “steak and lobster” welfare plan is destroying American’s ability to overcome and succeed.
To read aout the problems being caused by recess appointing of the SEIU’s Chief Council to the National Labor Relations Board read this article at “The Daily Caller”:
During an Environment and the Economy Subcommittee hearing, EPA Assistant Administrator Mathy Stanislaus admits to U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner that the EPA does not account for jobs when they issue regulations.
But what about Obama’s executive order is #13563, which says:
Section 1. General Principles of Regulation. (a) Our regulatory system must protect public health, welfare, safety, and our environment while promoting economic growth, innovation, competitiveness, and job creation.
The crew at “Morning Joe” seem surprised and shocked when Niall Ferguson points out the obvious. Obummer does not have a cohesive foreign policy beyond feel-good speeches and his long term plan to weaken us economically enough that we transform from “The Great Satan” to “The Great Joke (or Whipping Boy, take your pick) granting us the safety of insignificance.
I found it humorous when Ferguson answered the question about the administration’s foreign policy talent by using his interviewer Mika’s daddy Zbigniew as the standard that no one met. In chess that is called “a fork”.
While I have mixed feelings about Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski, To me he is a democrat that is like Zell Miller (albeit with a totally different accent). He warned the Democrats that their pacifism was alienating part of their historical base. He worked for Kennedy, Carter and Reagan. The Kremlin blamed him or John Paul’s election as Pope. He became a US citizen in 1958 at the age of 30. Why can’t the USCIS find us more immigrants like him?
Unfortunately it is very necessary (unless you prefer to watch Fox Business or Glenn Beck popularize the issue).
The Peterson Institute for International Economics is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research institution devoted to the study of international economic policy. Since 1981 the Institute has provided timely, objective analysis and concrete solutions to key international economic problems.
Business Insider says, “Here’s Niall Ferguson’s Complete And Definitive Guide To The Coming Sovereign Debt Crisis.” Niall Ferguson is a contributing editor for the Financial Times and a regular contributor to Newsweek. As a Historian and economic expert, he contributes often to television and radio shows in the U.K. and the U.S. He has authored multiple books, among them best-selling book “Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World”, published in 2008. He is a Professor of History at Harvard University and Professor at Harvard. Business School. He graduated from Magdalen College (Oxford University) in 1985. He was a Hanseatic Scholar in Hamburg and Berlin and a Research Fellow at Cambridge. He was then a Professor and Financial History at Oxford.
The lecture actually begins at the 8:45 mark after all the intro fluff.
Profits are back, cash flow is good, and Steve’s dance moves are better than ever?! But before Frank, his girlfriend Karen and the rest of the gang can expand, hire and invest at their small business, they’ll have to convince the Boss Lady. Watch this short comedy, and see what’s stopping the quirky employees of this small biz from living “a real American Dream.”Though this video is a joke, it’s message is not. Washington’s rhetoric and policies have been creating a damaging environment of uncertainty for businesses. When businesses lack clarity, they can’t plan ahead — choking expansion, investment and job creation.