Other posts tagged: deficit
Swing State Voices: Paul Ryan Makes GOP Ticket More Appealing to Florida Students
Paul Ryan’s boyish charm allows young adults to better relate with the Republican ticket, and his social and economic policies resound well with conservatives who may have been skeptical of Gov. Romney. Florida students want real change, not another dose of campaign rhetoric.
, deficit, Election 2012, Fiscal Cliff, florida, Floridians, Government spending, margaret beck, Medicare, national debt, Paul Ryan, Retirees, Seniors, speech, Spending, VP Pick, young voters,
Swing State Voices: Why Paul Ryan Isn’t Giving Romney Wisconsin
Students will turn out to vote in Wisconsin, and across the country, and they’ll be voting on the issues. Paul Ryan is a respectable, complementary choice. But that doesn’t mean he’s entitled to Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes
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Romney and Ryan: An Economic Powerhouse
Ryan is an expert fiscal conservative, and Romney is a successful business man; Ryan understands the public sector’s limits, and Romney understands the private sector’s potential. Hence, the Republican campaign for the presidency is now strong on both fronts of the economy.
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March Jobs Report: A Mixed Bag for Young People
The March jobs report showed little improvement in the economy in general, and there wasn't much good news for young people, either. Hope remains for those seeking bachelor's degrees, but job security remains a high priority for students everywhere.
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Investing Responsibly- Why It’s Time to Cut Fossil Fuel Subsidies
There is one noticeable way that our government's money can be allocated more justly for a safer and healthier future: cutting fossil fuel subsidies. This is an important step for many economic, social, and environmental reasons.
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Paul Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity:” A Good Start, but in Need of Some Work
Paul Ryan’s plan is a step in the right direction- it makes structural changes in a lot of controversial places. But his “Path to Prosperity” certainly needs to provide us with some more specifics, even if that makes the overall plan less popular.
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Our $15,536,279,221,858.36 Problem
This election, President Obama has the opportunity to change course. He has the opportunity to veto any budget that spends more money that the government has. The $15 trillion question this year is, will he?
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SOTU–A Preempitve Response
It doesn't matter which words he chooses for his speech. We have already heard the same speech time and again. Yet people will hear the President's message, rise up and applaud...again. Enough.
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