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New Congress New Opportunities

January 12, 2011
By kost

The 112th Congress has a chance to ride the wave of favorable congressional action to keep stimulating our economy and more effectively regulating financial markets. The Reagan/ Bush policies of deregulation are now buried with the tombstone heading of “The Great Recession” and the Obama administration’s return to Keynesian principles has proven to stop...
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Dispelling the Myth

June 18, 2009
By kost

The results are in and its time that they are released to the public. Over the past 58 years, “The politics of Democratic presidents have produced more employment and output growth, benefiting poor and middle-class families” while “Republican presidents have tended to focus more on containing inflation, which has negligible effects on real income...
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Why the Stimulus Makes Sense

April 11, 2009
By kost

  Every day I hear someone complain about the Obama administration spending too much money in the stimulus bill. Most conservative politicians want tax cuts to be the alternative, however I take it they did not read their own Congressional Research Service Report that says “Economists generally agree that spending proposals are somewhat more...
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Greetings!

March 18, 2009
By kost

This page is currently being created in order for you to engage in politics like you have never done before. Stay tuned and please come back shortly.
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