So says the first line of The Hartford Courant’s story this morning. Connecticut is talking about adding high-tech tolls to stretches of I-95 and I-84 in the state, but is the reasoning valid?
Daniel Webster (R. Fl.). Whether you live in his district or not, please read on. Read more
I am amazed that the lights are still on here in the great state of Connecticut. What even amazes me more is that this state after the largest tax increase in history by the Malloy Administration has still resulted in a deficit. Read more
Ten years. That’s all they give a crap about. The goal here is to get re-elected and kick the can down the road.
The municipality of Harrisburg, Pa. has $610 million in liabilities – ten times its yearly budget. The kid’s grades are pretty bad, and those who can live outside the city do, but the school buildings are beautiful, and they own a hotel and a minor league baseball team.
It’s open to the public, charges $20 for a trim, netted $450,000 – with a profit – in 2009, and yet somehow this institution needed a Senate-funded bailout of $300,000 last year? Goodness grief, shut the damn institution down.
Mike Flynn over at Big Government points out the political games the White House is playing when it comes to Sen. Harry Reid’s refusal to produce a federal budget in the Senate.
Take a few minutes today to read Prof. Walter Williams’ current Creators Syndicate column, Economic Chaos Ahead.