To the Editor: When Congress was debating Obamacare in 2009, we heard a lot of promises from Members of Congress about what the bill would do. Congress routinely promised us that Obamacare would provide universal health care coverage, while simultaneously creating jobs, benefitting the economy, and driving the cost of health insurance down. They further […]
To the Editor: Re: Ending the folly of corn-based ethanol that recently appeared in the Tampa Bay Times, I think there is a need for some education about the benefits of ethanol. I find a great deal of misinformation about what ethanol does and does not do. The first thing: It does no harm to gasoline-fueled motors. […]
California may see itself as a world leader, but on this issue, our leaders seem to be putting a costly bandage on a problem, rather than looking for permanent solutions for the future.
Love how the paid-in full writers tell us to save for our retirement. Has anyone told them that 76% of families are living paycheck-to-paycheck with no savings and large debt.?
Some tinkering with programs and spending may occur, but not the policy changes necessary to extricate our country from the regulatory and financial quagmire produced by the present socialist policies.
The issues in this campaign should include the proper role of government, how to strengthen the middle class, giving everybody a fair shake, and getting the economy going again. It would be helpful if the media concentrated their attention accordingly.
Yes we understand; an excuse can be made for all of the President’s shortcomings, that displaying dollar amounts instead of percentages will make the rich appear to be fleecing America, and that using coined terms in an opposition role of a candidate would make the common man dislike him.
A $42,000 medical bill…Who is in charge? Last I checked it was the Democrats!
We need to stop blaming the other guy or party and address the problems we are facing with the wealthiest members of our nation.