Challenges Barack Obama To Do The Same in Order to Work on Financial Crisis in Washington
In an incredibly surprising announcement, John McCain has decided to suspend his presidential campaign for the time being, "set politics aside", and head back to Washington, D.C. to work on the financial crisis legislation before Congress. In announcing this major move, he has also challenged his opponent, Barack Obama, to do the same at this time. read more »
The truth everyone's ignoring
David Limbaugh's column today hits the nail on the head re: what's really at the root of the current financial crisis. (and note I said "financial" and not "economic", but that's another rant) He points the finger of blame exactly where it belongs...government.
More to the point, governmental meddling in the mortgage markets which was in reality just good old-fashioned social engineering. read more »
Like the inevitability of water finding its way downhill, government is always looking for new ways to expand its regulatory power over the lives of its citizens. On serendipitous occasions it manages to do so while simultaneously preventing others from impeding future expansions of power.