Not ‘all’. He’s demonstrably wrong there, which is at odds with his prior willingness to discern differences. http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/bill-maher-charlie-hebdo-attack. But I think I got to give him credit for having a conversation the rest of liberalism is incapable of.
In the abstract, I support. As a practical matter, I do not. http://hotair.com/archives/2015/01/09/next-big-obama-agenda-item-free-community-college/ How about free vo tech? Machinists make $75 – $100k these days, more.
I dunno, lets see how the next two years play out. Anyway, It’s not as if George W won on an economic message. http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2015/01/transformed-politics-of-post-recession-america.html How good is the economy? It’s alright, and the administration will be due some ambiguous credit for stewardship. Truthfully though, there was no effort or intention by the Administration to foster an environment for low gas prices. If anything, they always aspired to about $7/gal gas. And the stimulus didn’t stimulate. To the extent consumers are spending…. There’s cheap gas and the fact everyone’s succeeded in getting their credit balances down, this being a natural reaction to the prior hard times. To the extent companies are hiring…. It’s very good to be skilled, not very good to be not skilled.
It’s been a very long time since I’ve gotten time and a half, and I didn’t know that it was tied to a federal salary threshold. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2015/01/09/morning-plum-what-can-obama-do-on-his-own-to-fight-stagnating-wages/