Barack Obama campaigned that he would create 5 million “green collar” jobs. In January, President Obama announced $2.3 billion in tax credits for a clean energy economy will create 17,000 jobs. (Hmmmm... $135,300 per job) “Building a robust clean energy sector is how we will create the jobs of the future,” he said.
Make no mistake; this government-run plan will kill more jobs than it aims to create.
“The truth is a Governor cannot create private sector jobs. Big government does not add to the prosperity of a state- it consumes it. As Ohio’s next Governor, my primary mission will not be to “create jobs” or to promise tax cuts 10 years from now… it is simply to get the government out of the way.”
Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US ~ It was chiefly owing to the violent greed of feudal barons and medieval ecclesiastical powers that the rights of the injured party were gradually infringed upon, and finally, to a large extent, appropriated by these authorities, who exacted a double vengeance, indeed, upon the offender, by forfeiting his property to themselves instead of to his victim, and then punishing him by the dungeon, the torture, the stake or the gibbet. But the original victim of wrong was practically ignored.
Those interested in bad libertarian p.r. may also enjoy the classic pre-YouTube age "Libertarian Macho Flash" on when and where the most bold and purist and aggressive declarations of libertarian belief are inappropriate if persuasion is your goal.
A set of proposals to improve one area of American society that desperately needs it: the inner city. There’s no need to recite the gory statistics on incomes, unemployment, poor schools, violence, fractured families, African-American men in jail — or the challenge that folks in these core urban areas face in extracting themselves from that mess. Here then is my three-point libertarian program for urban renewal.