Judy Woodruff Interviews Boehner on PBS NEWSHOUR Tonight

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  NEW YORK, NY — February 6, 2012 — NEWSHOUR Senior Correspondent Judy Woodruff will sit down Monday, February 6th, with House Speaker John Boehner to discuss the Republican legislative agenda. Woodruff will also ask Boehner about upcoming battles between Republicans and Democrats on the House floor, and about congressional plans and expectations for the U.S. economy over the next year. …

eHeziJudy Woodruff Interviews Boehner on PBS NEWSHOUR Tonight

New York Civic: Clinton Suggested Obama Resist Threats of Default By HENRY J. STERN

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Journalism is habitually critical of government officials and bureaucracy. Most people, when polled objectively, tell us that they hold public officials in modest regard. Traditionally, legislators rank substantially lower in public esteem than executives. Notwithstanding those sentiments, however, voters usually re-elect their local representatives, unless the public mood shifts substantially, as it did in 2010. The popularity of the President, a governor …

eHeziNew York Civic: Clinton Suggested Obama Resist Threats of Default By HENRY J. STERN

Financial Times Report Obama Announces Deal on US Debt Limit

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President Barack Obama announced on Sunday night that US Congressional leaders had reached and agreement on a tentative deal that would extend the debt ceiling and avoid a US default, ahead of the opening of Asian markets.  He said there was a framework in place to cut spending and guarantee further deficit-reduction steps to “end the crisis that Washington imposed …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Everybody Wants To Be In The Middle Class By Ed Koch

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Last week's budget negotiations in Washington, D.C., about the current year’s budget, was an overwhelming victory for the Republican right wing, a/k/a the 80 Tea Party members of the House of Representatives. 

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Current Commentary: The 2012 Election Campaign Gets Underway BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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You might think the 2012 presidential campaign will get underway on the morning of Nov. 3, when both parties survey the results of the midterm elections. But I think it is safe to say that the race for the White House has already begun. President Obama got things started earlier this month with his heavily publicized speech in Cleveland, in which he attacked …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: The 2012 Election Campaign Gets Underway BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®