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Day January 19, 2011

China Trade

Over the last two decades, the manufacturing base of the United States has shed hundreds of thousands of jobs in states across the country.  A bipartisan and ideologically diverse group of economists have suggested that this is in large part due to unfair trade practices, substantially on the part of the Chinese.  These practices range…

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“Pointless,” Phony,” “Divisive,” “Nonsense,” “Stunt,” “Charade”: Outside The Beltway Editorials Nationwide Call On Republicans To Stop Political Stunts

Editorial pages across America recognize today’s attempt by Republicans to re-open the donut hole and take away small business tax breaks for what it is: a “pointless,” “divisive,”“political stunt.” Republicans should drop the “charade” and work with Democrats on common-sense solutions to create jobs and strengthen the middle class. Charleston Gazette: The Charade of Undoing Health Reform.  “Today, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives…

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In Their Words: Republicans Said Focus On Jobs, Not Health Care

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ICYMI: Manufacturing The “Shining Star of This Recovery”

Key point: “After a steep slump during the recession, manufacturing is ‘the shining star of this recovery,’ says Thomas Runiewicz, an economist at IHS. …  A new tax break, approved by Congress in December, is expected to further stimulate investment by letting companies deduct from taxable income 100% of certain types of investments in 2011.”…

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