The Obama political machine is ruthless. It is a force that drives to coerce, extort, bully and suppress the opposition while simultaneously seizing power in a manner with the ruthlessness reminiscent of Michael Corleone dispatchingShow More Summary
This is what happens when we start relying on the private sector for all of our space exploration — rich people do all kinds of crazy shit. Currently, thanks to an investment by NASA engineer-turned-multimillionaire Dennis Tito, engineers...Show More Summary
The second anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami is quickly approaching, and the country—public and private sectors alike—is doing everything it can to be prepared for the next disaster. Simply being prepared for the worst...Show More Summary
There are few aspects of life more thoroughly dominated by government than education. This is particularly true of educational innovation. Innovative programs and materials do often come from the private sector, but they are adopted only if government supports them.
Remember when President Obama was justifiably criticized for saying that the private sector was “doing fine” last summer when tens of millions of...
By Theodoric Meyer, ProPublica Did you know Congress is exempt from portions of a number of federal laws, including provisions that protect workers in the private sector but don’t apply to the legislative branch’s approximately 30,000 employees? Here’s a look at some of the measures Congress exempts itself from.
“The beauty of the private sector is that we don’t have to win an election, convince Congress, or pass a bill to do what we think is right. We can simply move forward…doing what we know how to do…growing our business.” In a keynote speech at Retail’s BIG Show this morning, President and CEO of [...]
The Fed's current Quantitative Easing ? program involves its buying risky bonds--thus diminishing the pool of risky assets that the private sector can hold. Esther George objects because… it does not make complete sense to me: >Michael S. Show More Summary
Good morning! As legislators are launching head first into the new year and the upcoming session, the private sector is doing the same. I’ve been suh-lammed. Some know, some don’t that I’m a regional sales manager in the construction industry by day. Bolt it to the floor or I’ll sell it – haha. I’ve [...]
Red is corporate profits; blue is private sector wages Corporations are doing well. Workers, not so much. That could be the opening of just about any discussion of the American economy at least over the past couple years since corporations recovered from the great recession while workers didn't. Show More Summary
Have the Federal Reserve work to offset every drop in federal dollar spending with an increase in private sector spending. The Fed would incentivize the private sector to do this by raising expected future nominal income growth with aggressive open market operations or by helicopter drops. Show More Summary
As both the private and public sector aggressively shift healthcare incentives from a “do more, bill more” to a value and outcome based model, healthcare providers ignore patients role in driving outcomes at their own peril. It is generally understood that patients forget 80-90% of what they are told at the doctor’s office. As incentives [...]
President Barack Obama incessantly touts the alleged “success” of the $50 billion General Motors (GM) bailout, evidence to the contrary notwithstanding. General Motors - The Government’s Warped Definition of ‘Success’ Much like the Obama Economy, General Motors’ numbers are tanking. Show More Summary
Obama’s Layoff Bomb by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2012 In June, a diffident and self-deluded President Obama claimed that “the private sector is doing fine.” Last week, the private sector responded: Speak for yourself, buster. Who needs an “October Surprise” when the business headlines are broadcasting the imminent layoff bomb in neon lights? The [...]
In June, a diffident and self-deluded President Obama claimed that “the private sector is doing fine.” Last week, the private sector responded: Speak for yourself, buster. Who needs an “October Surprise” when the business headlines are...Show More Summary
In early June, shortly after President Obama stumbled in a press conference by saying, “the private sector is doing fine,” his senior White House and campaign aides began an e-mail chain with each other. It listed all the other times over the last six years that the media had declared Barack Obama on the ropes, [...]
Sacramento, CA — When President Barack Obama said the private sector is doing fine, he must not have been thinking about the Campbell Soup Company. In a stated need to “improve supply chain productivity,” the company has announced that it is shutting down its oldest factory in the US, and about 700 workers — many [...]Show More Summary
How well is the private sector doing in tackling the rising pandemic of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which cause nearly two out of every three deaths in the world?
In the battle for hope, it’s no surprise hat President Barack Obama has gained the highest ground. “The private sector is doing fine,” the president intoned in June. That phrase was immediately controversial, but it had the rare distinction...Show More Summary
First, a flashback: While the private sector isn't "doing fine" with 23 million people out of work, the government...