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Talking Points Memo has a story today of true heroism (via memeorandum). A brave left-wing Rutgers economist saw Paul Ryan in cahoots with evil right-wing lobbyists and actively oppressing the poor and downtrodden of America. Unable to resist the righteous fervor welling in her heart she confronted the blackguard,  spoke truth to power to him, [...]

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I was ready to do Episode 87 Tuesday morning, which is a bit unusual. It’s not often I get such a great topic for discussion, one that causes me to crank out a couple pages of show notes before lunchtime. Paul Ryan’s budget plan, though, is worth some serious examination and so I spent some [...]

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Jimmie on April 5th, 2011

As if on cue, the Democrats have come for Paul Ryan’s budget plan with pitchforks, torches, and a handy new word that sounds an awful lot like “extremist”. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) decried the 2012 budget proposal introduced by House Republicans Tuesday as “draconian.” “I think that it completely lacks balance,” he [...]

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Jimmie on April 5th, 2011

I said in this morning’s Clearing the Browser Tabs post that Paul Ryan’s “Pay to Prosperity” budget plan (PDF link) was a humdinger and I wasn’t wrong. I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that it’s the boldest plan we’ve seen since the 1980s and certainly the most comprehensive in my lifetime. I’m not [...]

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Jimmie on July 30th, 2009

Matt Margolis found a fun little question that could make for an interesting discussion, if you’re game. YOU DECIDE: If you could have a beer with any politician, living or dead, who would it be? Share your thoughts. Click on “Leave a Comment” below. He expanded this one question to three. Pick one living and [...]

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