As an amber sun descends on the Obama Administration and its shadow grows long, his emerging legacy becomes increasingly clear.
A recent Rasmussen survey broadly captures the negative character of that legacy.
When asked at the dawn of the Obama tenure in January 2009, the American public was closely divided on the question of "whether the United States will still be the world's most powerful nation at the end of the current century." Keep in mind that survey occurred during the depth of the recession and layoff tsunami, while Obama self-confidently promised a fresh…
"While the prospects for tax reform in Washington are dim, as many as 20 Republican governors are moving forward with their own pro-growth tax-relief initiatives. This is on top of the 14 states, including Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, whose 2014 tax cuts will take effect this year. ...Texas is the model for many Republican governors. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, from December…[more]
—Stephen Moore, Heritage Foundation Chief Economist, Writing in The Wall Street Journal
— Stephen Moore, Heritage Foundation Chief Economist, Writing in The Wall Street Journal