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Why Mitt Romney’s Message About Family Still Matters

Why Mitt Romney’s Message About Family Still Matters

  “Eastwooded,” the president got Eastwooded during the final night of the RNC Convention. Priceless! #Clint was the biggest trend of the following day. As for the acceptance speech of the Republican nominee, all of the pundits excised quotes from Mitt Romney’s speech that were either controversial because they contained coded birther language…   “Tonight that American flag […]

The Endangered Species, Entrepreneurs, a.k.a. Small Business Owners

The Endangered Species, Entrepreneurs, a.k.a. Small Business Owners

  President Obama is disingenuous when he says he is championing small business and the middle class.  Most small business owners are Sole Proprietors, Limited Liability Corps (LLCs) or Sub S Corps.  I own a Sub S Corp.  President Obama knows the challenges I face.  He is counting on you, the voter, to lump small […]

Depends On What Your Definition of “Is” Is

Depends On What Your Definition of “Is” Is

Extremism. Webster’s defines it as: Advocacy of extreme measures or views: Radicalism. Let that sink in for a minute. Extremism is radicalism as defined by the most widely used Dictionary on planet Earth. Why do I bring this up you ask? Simply put, the left are trying to paint the Conservative movement, the Tea Party, […]

Florida Swings Like A Swing State Do

Florida Swings Like A Swing State Do

  Those of you who are old enough to remember one of my favorite country singers, the late, great, Roger Miller, probably remember one of his most famous songs, England Swings. The title of this column fits pretty well into the tune, and is also apropos for the upcoming November elections.   If you believe […]

Romney’s Taxes – And Why He Shouldn’t Release Them

Romney’s Taxes – And Why He Shouldn’t Release Them

  Anyone on the right side of the aisle who thinks Mitt should release his taxes is a moron-I repeat a complete moron, and here’s why: Romney’s taxes were prepared by a licensed, insured CPA, and probably one with a JD to boot. Guys who make that kind of money don’t go to H&R Block. […]

The Thin Line Between Taxes and Mandates

The Thin Line Between Taxes and Mandates

  There is a good reason why the line is murky between an individual mandate to purchase insurance and a tax. Politicians laid out this semantic shell game for us back in the 1930’s.   FDR indeed viewed Social Security as an “insurance program,” and therefore a mandate to pay into it is no different […]

A Second Declaration of Independence – “If Not Now, When?”

A Second Declaration of Independence – “If Not Now, When?”

Two hundred and thirty-six years ago a small group of brave souls stood up to what was at the time the most powerful nation on earth, declaring their independence from the tyranny of the British Crown. The Sugar Act of 1764, the Stamp Act of 1765, and the Declaratory Act of 1766 (Collectively known as […]

Justice Roberts Says, Read My Lips. The Individual Mandate. It’s a Tax!

Justice Roberts Says, Read My Lips. The Individual Mandate. It’s a Tax!

There is too much speculation and not enough information for small businesses about Obamacare, a.k.a. the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Here are some talking points for small business people, like myself, that will hopefully lead to a greater understanding and a more intelligent debate over the new healthcare law. First, Obama parades around […]

To Arms! To Arms! British Healthcare Is Coming!

To Arms! To Arms! British Healthcare Is Coming!

In the Spirit of the 4th of July holiday, the following is an updated version of an article published in “General Surgery News” – August 2009. April 18, 1775 was a fateful date in American history. That night, Paul Revere, a Boston silversmith, rode his horse through the countryside and called his fellow colonists “To […]

The One Fourthers

The One Fourthers

Poll after poll recently indicates that upwards of a full one in four people are still undecided when it comes to their presidential choice in November. These One Fourthers, as I will refer to them henceforth, are typically generation Xers, the majority of which did not go to college, and are those who identify themselves […]

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