Princeton Economist: Obama Campaign Is Misrepresenting My Study on Romney’s Tax Plan – Weekly Standard “Said the Obama campaign press release. ‘In fact, Harvard economist Martin Feldstein and Princeton economist Harvey Rosen both concede that paying for Romney’s tax cuts would require large tax increases on families making between $100,000 and $200,000.’ But that’s not true. Princeton professor Harvey Rosen tells THE WEEKLY STANDARD in an email that the Obama campaign is misrepresenting his paper on Romney’s tax plan…” More misinformation and lies!
IMF Sees ‘Alarmingly High’ Risk of Deeper Global Slump – Moneynews “The International Monetary Fund cut its global growth forecasts as the euro area’s debt crisis intensifies and warned of even slower expansion unless officials in the U.S. and Europe address threats to their economies. The report called for U.S. policy makers to find an alternative to planned automatic tax increases and spending cuts that would trigger a recession. Europeans must follow on their commitments for a more integrated monetary union, and many emerging markets can afford to cut interest rates or pause tightening to fight off risks to their economies, the IMF said.”
Twitter Explodes After Black Actress Endorses Romney as the ‘Only Choice for Your Future’ – The Blaze “Actress Stacey Dash, who has starred in everything from the 90′s hit Clueless to CSI, prompted a firestorm on Twitter after publicly endorsing Republican nominee Mitt Romney, and then standing by her opinion.” Naturally, of course, a number of her liberal followers started the very personal attacks and name calling!
No Income? No Problem! How the Gov’t Is Saddling Parents with College Loans They Can’t Afford – Pro Publica “A joint examination by ProPublica and The Chronicle of Higher Education has found that Plus loans can sometimes hurt the very families they are intended to help: The loans are both remarkably easy to get and nearly impossible to get out from under for families who’ve overreached. When a parent applies for a Plus loan, the government checks credit history, but it doesn’t assess whether the borrower has the ability to repay the loan. It doesn’t check income. It doesn’t check employment status. It doesn’t check how much other debt — like a mortgage, or other student-loan debt — the borrower is already on the hook for.”Print This Post Send To A Friend