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Wayne Root: Why Does Obama Hate Small Business?

Why Does Obama Hate Small Business?

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I’ve started more than a dozen small businesses.… Read more ...

Alberto Bocanegra, Jr., Green for Chicago’s 12th Ward alderman, has apparently raised over $50,000 in his campaign

Ronald Hardy at Green Party Watch:

Alberto Bocanegra, Jr., Chair of the Cook County Greens, has apparently raised over $50,000 in his campaign for the 12th Ward Alderman in Chicago against incumbent George Cardenas and 3 other challengers. Cardenas has raised over $135,000 according to the Chicago Sun-Times.… Read more ...

Mary Ruwart: How Would a Libertarian President Create Jobs?

Mary Ruwart at LP blog:

With the economy in a tailspin, most people are concerned about the shrinking number of job opportunities. Those who have jobs fear that they will lose them; those who have already lost their jobs find that new ones are few and far between.

Who is to blame for this sad state of affairs?… Read more ...