By: Andrew Roberts When the stock market opened on Jan. 2, 2013, all major indexes – the Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq - rallied, likely signaling the market’s acceptance of the so-called “fiscal cliff” deal passed by Congress the night before. The market boost was a pat on Congress’ back, despite the fact that the fiscal cliff was a self-inflicted [...]
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By: Charlie Spalding One of the most fundamental points of contention surrounding fiscal cliff negotiations is the need to raise more revenues and the source from which such revenues could be derived. Democrats suggest higher tax rates on the wealthy, while Republicans suggest elimination of loopholes and deductions. In the search for new revenues, it is particularly interesting to note [...]
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By: Max Wallace On September 26th, Congressman Rob Woodall came and spoke at a meeting of the University of Georgia College Republicans. Woodall, who to order cialis online canada ok office in 2011, serves Georgia’s 7th district and currently sits on the House Budget Committee. During the meeting, Georgia’s youngest congressman shared his thoughts on the election, bipartisanship, and the [...]