America is less than eight weeks away from the most important election in its history. It will be the most important election of your lifetime. The choice couldn’t be clearer and your future is on the ballot. The stakes are as high as they have ever been. The vision of the two candidates couldn’t be more different. And the choice of passing along a diminished future with the reelection of Obama is at stake. President Obama hasn’t just failed to fulfill all of his fake promises of hope and change. On every single major issue, people are truly worse...Read More
Author: David Milstein
Tweet For years, Democrats, and recently President Obama, have been pushing the rhetoric that the rich don’t pay enough in taxes and have called on them to pay their “fair share.” Successful investor Warren Buffet has said the same thing, recently writing in the New York Times that it was time for “shared sacrifice” from his fellow wealthy Americans. Sadly, their rhetoric couldn’t be further from the truth. Pushing for his new millionaires tax, President Obama continued on this mantra when he discussed tax reform, saying, “Middle-class families shouldn’t pay higher taxes than millionaires and billionaires…Warren Buffett’s secretary shouldn’t...Read More
Tweet A week and a half ago, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, spoke to students at Dickinson College in a forum called “Israel: The Ultimate Ally.” Ambassador Oren discussed Israel’s remarkable accomplishments, the similar heritage between our two countries, and why it is essential the relationship between Israel and the United States remains strong. As the only true democracy in the Middle East, Israel has been a beacon of economic prosperity and human rights for its people. Christians, Muslims and Jews enjoy equal protection before the law and the freedom to practice their own religion. In...Read More
Tweet A few weeks ago, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the new job numbers. They reported nonfarm payrolls rose 243,000 in January, a stronger showing than previous months. In response, President Obama stated, “The economy is growing stronger and the recovery is speeding up.” Sadly, such a statement defies economic reality. The economy isn’t “speeding up” when it grew at a pathetic pace of 1.7% in 2011. This is the slowest recovery to any recession since the Great Depression. It is true that the unemployment rate dropped from 8.5% to 8.3%. However, the unemployment rate doesn’t tell the whole story. Instead,...Read More
Republican voters across the country recognize the 2012 election is truly the most important election of our lives. The stakes simply couldn’t be any higher. Our economy has faced the deepest recession in the last 70 years and a stagnant recovery at best. Our debt has reached historical levels, causing a downgrade of our credit rating and suffocating economic growth. Members of Congress continue to wrongly believe they can borrow and spend America to prosperity. The American Dream is under assault and the values that have always defined America seem to have been forgotten. The stakes are so high precisely because President Obama has had a successful first term. In fact, he has achieved more than he probably thought he could in four short years. This is exactly why he “badly” wants a second term– to finish what he has started. He was elected with his own deceptive, yet subtle mandate for America: to fundamentally transform it. He has done more than that. Using the recession as his excuse, he has attempted to redefine American society arguing for redistributive policies that punish success, drastically expand the power of the federal government and promote dependency. From the unconstitutional appointments and health care legislation, to the historical number of costly, executive regulations, government mandates and new taxes, President Obama has brought our economy to its knees while dependency on the government grows...Read More
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