Wisconsin Republicans have begun increasing the pressure on the Democratic State Senators who fled Wisconsin to prevent legislature from having a quorum, thus forestalling that body's ability to vote on budget legislation aimed at returning the state to a sustainable course of fiscal sanity. These Democrats, who fled Wisconsin faster than the French left Paris, … Continue reading Labor Unions Intensify The Street War In Wisconsin
Data through November 2010, released January 25 by Standard & Poor’s for its S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, the leading measure of US home prices, show a deceleration in the annual growth rates in 17 of the 20 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and the 10- and 20-City Composites compared to what was reported for October. The … Continue reading Home Prices Continue Down Nine Cities Hit New Lows
As House Republicans in Washington along with the new Tea Party freshman ponder and debate how to repeal ObamaCare, six more states joined a lawsuit in Florida against President Obama's health care overhaul. Now more than half of the states in the Union are challenging the law. The six additional states, all with Republican attorneys general, … Continue reading Dog Pile on ObamaCare: Tally Of States Suing Government Over ObamaCare Now Totals 26
December 2010 Overview The December housing market begins with a continuation of the seasonal price and inventory declines, with asking prices down by 0.45% this month and active inventory down by 3.16%. In November 2010, the Altos 10-City Price Composite continued its seasonal decline by 0.45%. Expect weekly declines in price, inventory and demand through the … Continue reading Real-Time Housing Market Update December 2010
A great American philosopher once said: It’s Déjà vu all over again. Although it’s a great line, my intent here is not to wax philosophic by quoting Yogi Berra. The malaise in which America now flounders is Déjà vu all over again, as it is eerily reminiscent of the America of 1980 and the malaise … Continue reading Turning America Around: Part One
Seven months ago the Speaker of the House, Her Highness Nancy Pelosi, was busy rounding up votes to win approval in the House of the version of the ObamaCare Bill which had passed in the Senate. Not an easy task, to say the least. Democratic representatives who had voted no in November had to be … Continue reading Voted For ObamaCare? Get the Hell Out
Congress has approved another emergency bailout. Another bailout, another $26,100,000,000. Just another in a long line of massive Obama bailouts we’ve been forced to accept as an emergency. Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats spent $26,100,000,000 of taxpayer money with such haste this week that they didn't even have the courtesy to come up with a … Continue reading Obama Passes Another Emergency Spending Measure: Poof Goes Another $26 Billion of Taxpayer Money
Congress approved and the socialist who resides in the White House has signed financial regulatory reform legislation that lacks - ironically enough - any actual reform.
Democratic politicians of today - and their media lapdogs - are far worse than their predecessors of 30 years ago. No lie is too outrageous for these people.
With severe beatings of democrats in Virginia and New Jersey, and an electoral upset in Massachusetts, the bluest of blue states, voter discontent with Obama and his Progressive Agenda have become evident. Yet, Democratic leaders and the mainstream media continue to attack me: I am a Tea Party Patriot.