Tag Archives: stimulus

Will stimulus work?

In an article in Politico, Joshua Zeitz discusses the question of making the stimulus work. He writes: Sweeping in its ambition, the (CARES ACT) package endeavors to infuse hundreds of thousands of small businesses, tens of millions of individuals and … Continue reading

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Obama’s Failed Policies & Hillary’s Baggage

In this political season I keep hearing variations on two themes from both the GOP presidential and congressional (i.e. Trump and Reed’s) campaigns: “President Obama’s failed policies” “Hillary’s Baggage” It seems that the GOP campaigns, along with surrogates (Fox News, talk radio … Continue reading

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Deal in the Works? What Kind of Deal?

  As members of the House of Representatives begin a leisurely return to Washington for a Sunday evening session, a deal or a partial deal to avert the fiscal cliff seems possible, but only just.  House Republicans are an intransigent … Continue reading

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