Brown seeks 7% spending increase
Brown budget plans tax hikes
WSJ on Jerry Brown
Santorum surge to second in NH
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Rasmussen NH: Romney 42 Paul 18
WT/JZ Analytics Poll: Romney at 38 Paul 24 Santorum 11
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Obama issues an amnesty
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Harry Reid illegals pay off so do unions
Unemployment moves to 8.5%, U6 to 15.2%
20 Million unemployed/underemployed
Obama to launch Summer jobs initiative
420pm Guest Rep. Paul Broun MD on Obama Economy R- GA 10
Congressman Paul Broun, M.D. (GA-10) today issued the following statement after the Department of Labor released their December jobs report showing the national unemployment rate to be 8.5%, and a net total of 200,000 jobs created. When President Barack Obama took office in January of 2009, the national unemployment rate was under 7.8%, but the number has now exceeded 8% for 35 consecutive months.
"While the numbers released today are encouraging, Washington still has a lot of work to do and a long way to go before we can say that our economy has fully recovered. Congress must continue to help small businesses grow and expand, and we can do this by providing certainty in the marketplace. If we continue to pass short-term patchwork bills like the Payroll Tax Deal, our small businesses will be left wondering whether or not they can afford to hire more people, or if they can keep the employees they already have.
"Instead of petitioning Congress for yet another increase in spending and the debt ceiling, I urge President Obama to take a look at some of the bills we have passed that would truly create jobs and rein in spending. A great start would be by making a positive decision on the Keystone Pipeline XL project that would almost immediately create 20,000 new jobs in America. Only through continuous and sustained pro-growth policies will we see certainty in our markets, and a return to a steady, unwavering American economy."
Gene Sperling no Keystone decision in 60
Consumer chief: LAT Richard, Consumer Chief gets right to work
CFPB: Invititation Czar
Obama reduces time illegals must stay out of the country to win legal status
Revisit Cal Budget
WTF- New Cali Corp Structure
Bears on the Border
Older and younger women lead in sexual satisfaction
Romney steel skeleton in Bain closet
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Revisit Jobs created
Zero Hedge on jobs
Rubio letter to Obama making us a Deadbeat nation
Chicago Tribune: Speaking of Free Marketeers
Hitting insider trading in Congress/Red State
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Obama prepares Trillion dollar mortgage refi?
Iranian Pres to Latin America
Iran plans more maneuvers in Strait of Hormuz
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