Typical liberal view point, IRSscandle is nothing?
Contributions to the Republican caucus is way because of fears of IRS activities.
Don't you k.ow that when the people fear government, we have terany amd when the government fears the people, we have freedom.
This goes for both parties, no exceptions. We are on dangerous ground.
Point to be mulled over by those who reference Mc Carthy.
Although libs make this a republican issue, it was not. It was bipartisan.
The second in comand and active in questioning was Robert Kennedy,
Yes but not the changes made to the law without congressional approval. The President doesn't write the laws and cannot rewrite existing laws
Someone needs to tell King Obama.
Higher than what?
I'm in under $3. If we were range bound in the $20's would the same question be asked? I recall SGEN had a hard time getting over $10.
We are pretty good in the high teens and will run up as we get closer to approval
I know what you mean!!! Like Clinton was called to serve in Vietnam but didn't show. He was arrested and ordered to show and again he did not. Draft dodger became Commander in Chief.
Pardoned by Carter in order to run.
Clinton again.... Perjury ....lied to Grand Jury
Many mysterious deaths surround his rise to power. Please!!!! Rick Scott is an alter boy next to this #$%$!
Anyone who cannot pay for treatment just has to file a Medicare form and the bill is paid by the government. Seen it done so many times.
Low income people have always been covered so stop the BS
In case you still have your head in the sand, The law that is now presented has been changed many times by Obama. He does not have the power to change law at his whim.
He has made many illegal exceptions for his constituents and has set precedence so that all can challenge for exclude.
you have that turned around AGAIN!!!
The liberal mainstream demands that those of us, who do not believe in things link Abortion, must pay for it regardless of our objections. We do not say you can't pay for your own whatevers.
You say we can't hire and fire in our own business. It is your party who demands Government control into our personal and private lives as long as those demands fit your beliefs. Gay marriage??? what's wrong with a legal union? same rights! My wife and I initially had a legal Union.
Your side wishes to break down all moral barriers in an effort to diminish them.
We believe your personal and private lives are your own and what you do behind closed doors is your business. KEEP IN PRIVATE!
And MYB don't tell me you don't stand with those you base your arguments. You make your hypocritical position clear.
Bull, you post is short bull!
2 phase 3 trials does not reflect "not for some time"
Biotechs with late phase 3 drugs run way up on anticipation! We should be higher based on those drugs alone.
I believe you got it backwards.
Before the entire country,(both parties) moved to the left, America stood for something.
The "Conservative" forefathers warn of the events unfolding in this country.
Ruffy quoted " when the government buys power from out of the treasury, the Republic is done"!
Rosevelt started us down the path and the present administration has pulled out all stops.
The Republicans are powerless to combate the policy so they cave in and compromose at all of our peril.
These are articles printed in very liberal media. NY times, Washington Post, Time Mag, CNN.
You don't believe your own?
what can I say, I'll let you go back to your nice comfortable head hole in the sand.
The U.S.–China Relations Act of 2000 was an act that granted permanent normal trade relations to China; it was signed on October 10, 2000 by President Bill Clinton. Prior to passage of the bill, China was subject to an annual review of its trade status with the United States. The act removed the review, eased some trade barriers, and facilitated China's entry into the World Trade Organization.
the policies inherited by Bush were the failed policies enacted by Clinton.
Ever wonder how a Man who entered the White house with a view point that anyone making $33,000 a year could easily afford high taxes ended up worth over $100 million a few years after his 8 year term? Payoffs???
who pays $100,000 for a half hour speeches???
Obama on the same path????
"Since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was signed in 1993, the rise in the U.S. trade deficit with Canada and Mexico through 2002 has caused the displacement of production that supported 879,280 U.S. jobs. Most of those lost jobs were high-wage positions in manufacturing industries.
"The loss of these jobs is just the most visible tip of NAFTA's impact on the U.S. economy. In fact, NAFTA has also contributed to rising income inequality, suppressed real wages for production workers, weakened workers' collective bargaining powers and ability to organize unions, and reduced fringe benefits."
Public Citizen’s document, NAFTA’s Broken Promises 1994-2013: Outcomes of the North American Free Trade Agreement points out that over one million Mexican campesino farmers were driven out of business (and likely driven north to the US) by subsidized US corn from our giant industrialized farms.
China became a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001. Americans were promised this would expand market opportunities for U.S. companies, thereby increasing jobs and American prosperity. How has this worked out?
In August, 2012 EPI estimated that the US lost 2.7 million jobs as a result of the U.S.-China trade deficit between 2001 and 2011, 2.1 million of them in manufacturing. Aside from job losses wages US wages fell due to the competition with cheap Chinese labor costing a typical household with two wage-earners around $2,500 per year.
Last month our country’s humongous trade deficit with China was $30.1 billion. That translates to a yearly deficit of more than $360 billion drained straight out of our economy.
In spite of the obvious problems with these trade agreements, the US approved an agreement with Korea that took effect March 15, 2012.
EPI reported in July, 2013 that the US-Korea free trade agreement had already cost the US 40,000 jobs and increased our trade deficit by $5.8 billion. According to EPI,
President Clinton's tenure was characterized by economic prosperity and financial deregulation, which in many ways set the stage for the excesses of recent years. Among his biggest strokes of free-wheeling capitalism was the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, which repealed the Glass-Steagall Act, a cornerstone of Depression-era regulation. He also signed the Commodity Futures Modernization Act, which exempted credit-default swaps from regulation. In 1995 Clinton loosened housing rules by rewriting the Community Reinvestment Act, which put added pressure on banks to lend in low-income neighborhoods. It is the subject of heated political and scholarly debate whether any of these moves are to blame for our troubles, but they certainly played a role in creating a permissive lending environment.
Liberal mag, Time