Obama says the best economic policy is one that produces more college graduates.
"Students have little choice but to pay inflated tuition bills to the education industrial-complex, as they vie with each other for scarce entry-level jobs by acquiring ever more degrees that show their ability to jump through hoops and master difficult (but largely useless) skills."
Connecticut's General Law Committee killed a bill that would've allowed liquor stores to remain open on Sundays.
The EPA claims that regulating greenhouse gasses will boost the economy in the long run.
"The EPA is now trying to dress up the even more expensive alternative of direct regulation with the same inflated net benefit estimates prepared for true [Clean Air Act] pollutants such as particulate matter and nitrous oxides. Congress and the administration understand well that EPA regulations actually impose costs far in excess of benefits, the EPA’s official claims to the contrary notwithstanding."