The Election and the Fiscal Cliff

November 9th, 2012 | Posted by Craig Harrington in Democrat | Politics | Republican | War - (Comments Off)

With the presidential election behind us, the next obstacle facing this nation is an impending fiscal cliff. In January 2013 the United States will approach its current debt ceiling and, without raising that ceiling and allowing more federal borrowing, it will default on its outstanding debt obligations.

The Next Four Years

November 7th, 2012 | Posted by E. David Ferriman in Democrat | Economy | Politics - (Comments Off)

Congratulations to President Obama. With Mitt Romney’s idea that “free” trade would bring peace to the Middle East, and nations in Africa and South America could do better if we shipped them American jobs with even more “free” trade agreements, it is clear that neither Romney nor President Obama, who passed three new “free” trade … Read more

Obama vs Romney: Who best for America?

October 23rd, 2012 | Posted by E. David Ferriman in Politics - (Comments Off)

President Obama’s secret still seems to be safe. The faithful Democrats blindly see him as a liberal or progressive and the Republicans still see him as a Socialist/Marxist threat to their freedom. The reality is that President Obama is none of these. He is simply a moderate, a good speaker and a poor leader.

The Debate that Ended the Election

October 11th, 2012 | Posted by Craig Harrington in Politics - (Comments Off)

It has been one week since Debatemageddon. According to the pundits in-the-know, Obama lost handily. According to the people watching at home, Obama lost handily. What does this all mean for the 2012 Election on November 6th? Hopefully, not a whole lot.

Drops in the Budget…

October 4th, 2012 | Posted by Craig Harrington in Politics - (Comments Off)

On October 3, 2012 former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney promised that, if he were to be elected President of the United States, he would make a point to cut funding for PBS as part of a sweeping plan to lower the federal budget deficit.