Monthly Archives: April 2010

While You Were Working - April 30, 2010

At HTA, we know that running a small business is time consuming, and you can’t always stop to check the news. We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you may have missed today: Washington Times: Jobless Likely to Feel Pain Long-term CNS News: Obama Gives Unions a “Massive Payback” with Executive Order, Contractors Claim Human Events: [...]
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While You Were Working - April 29, 2010

At HTA, we know that running a small business is time consuming, and you can’t always stop to check the news. We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you may have missed today: Washington Post: Jobless Claims Underscore Fragile Labor Market The Hill: Labor Likes Prospect of New Jobs from Nuclear Wall Street Journal: How to [...]
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The Party of Big Business

Ever since FDR was elected president in 1932, the Republican Party has been vilified by liberals and the news media as the party of large corporations and the defender of greedy capitalists. That claim is not supported by the facts. In the past decade, large corporations in many industries have contributed far more money to [...]
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Attack on S. Corps – Take Us Off the Menu

There’s a saying on Capitol Hill that if you’re not at the table, you’ll end up on the menu – meaning the chopping block.  Lately it seems that the only menu option Congress is considering is how much more that can be squeezed from small businesses. Congress put itself in a quandary in how to [...]
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Getting Some Perspective

Michael Ramirez from Investors Business Daily offers some context:
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While You Were Working - April 28, 2010

At HTA, we know that running a small business is time consuming, and you can’t always stop to check the news. We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you may have missed today: Washington Post: Poll Finds Americans in an Anti-incumbent Mood as Midterm Elections Near Fox News: Debt Commission Co-chairs: Obama Health Care Law “On [...]
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One Union’s Victory In Un-Union Strategy

Prolific writer Steve Malanga has a must-read story in today’s Wall Street Journal examining the success (if that’s the term) of retiring SEIU union president Andy Stern. As Malanga argues, Stern’s victories did not come as a result of being a fantastic union leader, they came from being a political power player: But it’s important [...]
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While You Were Working - April 27, 2010

At HTA, we know that running a small business is time consuming, and you can’t always stop to check the news. We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you may have missed today: The Hill (Blog): Second Cloture Vote Fails on Financial Regulatory Reform Washington Post: Presidential Commission to Address Rising Debt New York Times: Off [...]
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Jobs: They Come From The Private Sector

Investors Business Daily has a timely reminder that jobs don’t grow on trees, and certainly not from orchards tended by the government: Jobs, the real jobs that will move us ahead, are generated through economy-fueling private investment. Those investment dollars cannot be loosed if the government is taking them out of the capital markets through [...]
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While You Were Working - April 26, 2010

At HTA, we know that running a small business is time consuming, and you can’t always stop to check the news. We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you may have missed today: The Hill: Senate Republicans May Offer Their Own Measure to Overhaul Wall Street New York Times: Troubled Senate Climate Bill to Undergo EPA [...]
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