Tag Archives: George W. Bush

An Open Question For All Lefties

I have an open question for all my lefty readers who so stridently denounce George W. Bush. How on earth do you defend this? From the (left-wing) Associated Press: Barack Obama Sets New Record Denying Censoring Government Files WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration set a record again for censoring government files or outright denying…

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Neil Degrasse Tyson: Not Off the Hook Yet

If you haven’t yet heard about the small but significant scandal concerning Neil Degrasse Tyson, the astrophysicist and host of the TV series “Cosmos,” who frequently speaks to audiences about cosmology, climate-change (as they’re calling it this week), and the shocking state of science literacy in America, you will be excused. The scandal has not…

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Calling The Obama Bluff

Just recently, Barack Obama said, for the five or sixth hundredth time in the last year and a half: “The worst thing we could do is to go back to the very same policies that created this mess in the first place.” He was referring of course to the profligate policies instituted under George W.…

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The Multiplier Theory

In the Concise Guide To Economics, author and economist Jim Cox correctly explains that the Multiplier is one of the major components of Keynesian policy. For those who still don’t know it, Keynesian economics — named after John Maynard Keynes — are the economics that Barack Obama, as well as George W. Bush (et al),…

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George W. Bush

Under President George W. Bush, who was the Herbert Hoover of his day, appropriated government programs grew from $298 billion to $613 billion. Under President George W. Bush, Social Security spending went from $406 billion to $662 billion. Under President George W. Bush, Medicare spending went from $216 billion to $425 billion. Under under President…

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