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How come even Europe laughs at Obama and Geithner on advice?

Posted on February 1st, 2012 by admin1

Advice on Debt? Europe Suggests U.S. Can Keep It “We’re in a very different world environment right now,” said Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, a political consulting firm. “The United States has diminished credibility — it can’t simply tell Europe what to do. And it lacks the political will or means to throw a […]

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Accounting Question Im Stuck On this one! Help me solve it?

Posted on December 27th, 2011 by admin1

Alice Shimeca, the bookkeeper for Woyak, a political consulting firm, has recently completed a managerial course at her local college. One of the topics covered in the course was the cost of goods manufactured schedule. Alice wondered if such a schedule could be prepared for her firm. She realized that, as a service-oriented company, it […]

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What should I do? I’m sad and lonely….?

Posted on August 22nd, 2011 by admin1

I’m really hurting inside right now because I just realized that I’m a 22 year old guy that has no real companion to share my deepest feelings with. I’m overly emotional; I’m known for crying at weddings (especially when i was at the head table at my sisters) and even during songs like that Leona […]

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What should the Senate Ethics Committee do about this?

Posted on July 5th, 2011 by admin1

As if sleeping with a former campaign aide wasn’t bad enough, John Ensign (R-Nev.) has a new headache: "Early last year, Senator John Ensign contacted a small circle of political and corporate supporters back home in Nevada — a casino designer, an airline executive, the head of a utility and several political consultants — seeking […]

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Why were campaign donations used to pay off bribes?

Posted on May 31st, 2011 by admin1

Senator John Ensign used campaign donations to pay his former mistress’ son, The teenager was listed on the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s payroll as a policy analyst during the 2008 elections. The young man was removed when Ensign’s extramarital affair went public. Ensign also asked that his mistress’ husband be put on the payroll of […]

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My Second Wedding: How do I get through this?

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by admin1

I’m 29 years old and getting married for the 2nd time. The first time my ex had a very bad temper problem and there was some abuse. The last and final time I left was because I no longer felt safe in the house -he kicked a door shut while I was in the doorway […]

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Why only Reagan and Bush appointed judges think Obamacare is unconstitutional?

Posted on March 24th, 2011 by admin1

after 24 other judges said the law is constitutional. And one is dirty. Surprise! Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional owns as much as $50,000 worth of stock in a GOP political consulting firm that opposes health care reform. According to financial disclosure forms spotted first by the Huffington Post […]

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Is Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional paid by the GOP?

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by admin1

Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional today owns as much as $50,000 worth of stock in a GOP political consulting firm that opposes health care reform. According to financial disclosure forms spotted first by the Huffington Post and then Gawker, Hudson has made between $32,000 and $108,000 in dividends since […]

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What is the part of an interest group that raises and distributes funds for election campaigns?

Posted on January 27th, 2011 by admin1

Is it corporation, political party, political action committee or the political consulting firm? Political party right? That’s what is meant by a Political Action Committee. Example, many charitable groups have PACs to promote their views in Washington, but PACs are separate entities because they are not tax deductible.

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Her grandson is covered by federal health insurance but she doesn’t want us to have it?

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 by admin1

Recently revealed-Bristol’s son is covered by the health insurance available to native Americans. Her grandfather on her father’s side had a native American ancestor. How thin does the bloodline have to be before it vanishes? It’s not much ado about nothing. Sarah Palin is making the argument that the government shouldn’t provide coverage for low […]

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