Hello All and welcome to the BoBo Carnival of Politics – as you have undoubtedly noticed – about the only thing I’ve been posting lately is these carnivals. I apologize – but – I promise I will try to make a better effort to start posting again. I have A LOT of work to do to bring this blog back in line again! In the meantime – check out these latest submissions.
Scott Spiegel presents I Guess Tax Cuts Stimulate the Economy After All posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “Now that it’s become obvious to everyone except Paul Krugman that runaway government spending does not mystically create wealth, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has been caught admitting to the House Financial Services Committee last Thursday, 18 months after the stimulus bill failed, “Extending the Bush tax cuts will strengthen the economy.””
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Should The U.S. Banking Industry Be Regulated? Thoughts On Financial Reform posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thoughts on the U.S. banking industry and whether it needs to be regulated.”
Dividist presents ACLU: If you liked the Bush/Cheney Unitary Executive, you’ll love the bigger and badder Obama Unitary Executive posted at Divided We Stand United We Fall, saying, “header_draft9_Dan.png ACLU: If you liked the Bush/Cheney Unitary Executive, you’ll love the Obama Unitary Executive. By mw | Related entries in 2008 Election, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Democrats, Obama This week the ACLU released a disturbing report documenting the permanent enshrinement of the Bush/Cheney definition of the Unitary Executive by the Obama administration. With the tacit acceptance of the Democratic Congress, the balance of power continues to shift heavily to the executive branch. While distressing, the report is unsurprising as it became clear in the first few weeks of the new administration that Obama’s campaign rhetoric of rolling back the Bush/Cheney power grab was just that – empty campaign rhetoric.”
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