When he became prime minister of Great Britain two years ago, Conservative Party leader David Cameron began to implement an economic strategy much different than that pursued here in the United States under President Obama.
Cameron and his chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, decided that Plan A was to cut cut cut. They would cut their way to economic growth by slashing government spending by more than 20 percent across the board.
How the republicans can learn from David Cameron’s British Conservative party by Dalitso Njolinjo The world of Anglo-American politics can be a funny place indeed. In the space of 14 years we have seen the British Conservative Party... Read Post
It appears that President Barack Obama can read the polls and see that the writing is on the wall for Gordon Brown. The White House has just confirmed that President Obama will meet David Cameron, on course to succeed Brown as Prime... Read Post