Obama's economic policy

President Ouija Board

Obama says he "hears" the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the 2014 midterm election, but he apparently missed that many of the voters who typically vote Democrat and who stayed home are the voters who have been, and will continue to be, hurt the most by his tone deaf economic and immigration policies.

Is Obama Killing Jobs to Create Prosperity?

Donald Lambro, Washington Times

Gallup and the CBO findings reflect badly on president’s economic policies.

TeaParty to Blame for Fiscal Mess?

Patrick J. Buchanan, WND

Since the tea-party folks are newcomers to DC, who brought us to the edge of the fiscal cliff into default? What radical added $6 trillion to our national debt in 5 years? Not the tea party.

A Short-Term Debt Ceiling Increase?

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

While the Senate prepares to vote on a big raise in the debt ceiling, with Reid hoping to pressure Repubs to avoid a filibuster, Boehner has a new card he’s pulling out of his sleeve, too.

O May Misuse Constitution on Debt Ceiling

Mary K. Bruce, ABC News

With the Oct. 17 deadline to raise the debt limit looming, Obama isn't ruling out using the 14th Amendment to increase borrowing ability if the political impasse continues and Congress fails to do so, but says "I don't expect to get there." We'll see.

TeaParty Has Solution to Econ Woes

Star Parker, GOP USA

The Tea Party is not the problem to our economic woes. It's call to hold Congress' power of the purse as the Constitution outlines is the solution. Let's just hope GOP leaders dont go weak-kneed.

It’s the Spending, Stupid

A Republican with the kind of talent and zest for limited government constitutional conservative principles that Ted Cruz has shown in the Obamacare fight needs to step forward – and soon – to play the Cruz role in the impending debt ceiling battle.

Biz Owners: Bring On the Shutdown

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

Dems warn that a gov't shutdown could damage the economy, but those on the front lines of the economy seem ready to make a sacrifice.  A recent poll shows 48% of small-biz owners back a shutdown, some for as long as 3 months.