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ALG's Daily Grind - Boehner's Disdain Spells Trouble 

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April 28, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted. 

Boehner's Disdain Spells Trouble
We now know what John Boehner really thinks of his Republican colleagues, and those Americans who gave him a chance to be Speaker in 2010.

Russia to dump U.S. treasuries over Ukraine sanctions?
A run on treasuries? Certainly, that is one of the dangers of the federal government's current borrowing position, with $5.8 trillion of its $17.5 trillion debt held overseas, much of it owed to countries that do not necessarily hold U.S. interests at heart. 

Obama's war on U.S. energy
A nation without adequate energy production is a nation in decline — and that has been the President's agenda since the day he took office in 2009.

Have the limits to economic growth really been reached?
"Robert Gordon has painted a dark picture of the world's long-run economic growth prospects. But if the past is any guide, he will likely join the band of earlier distinguished economists who proved to be far too pessimistic about the human capacity to innovate."

  

April 28, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Boehner's Disdain Spells Trouble
We now know what John Boehner really thinks of his Republican colleagues, and those Americans who gave him a chance to be Speaker in 2010.

Russia to dump U.S. treasuries over Ukraine sanctions?
A run on treasuries? Certainly, that is one of the dangers of the federal government's current borrowing position, with $5.8 trillion of its $17.5 trillion debt held overseas, much of it owed to countries that do not necessarily hold U.S. interests at heart.

Obama's war on U.S. energy
A nation without adequate energy production is a nation in decline — and that has been the President's agenda since the day he took office in 2009.

Have the limits to economic growth really been reached?
"Robert Gordon has painted a dark picture of the world's long-run economic growth prospects. But if the past is any guide, he will likely join the band of earlier distinguished economists who proved to be far too pessimistic about the human capacity to innovate."

 

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