Musings by Marian

Reflections from the Golden Years

Archive for June, 2016


June 22, 2016     Hillary is missing key elements that helped the first Clinton administration to hang on through two terms and to escape the worst image-killing effects of Bill’s governance. ADVISERS: A. Bill Clinton: Wisely surrounded himself with effective advisors that were willing to buck the president and guide the wheels of his […]

New Unemployment Rate is Actually 37.4%

JUNE 3, 2016 NEW JOB FIGURES PLUMMETING   According the the National League of Cities, there are 39,044 cities, towns, etc in the United States. The so-called new jobs involve less than one job per town. With new workers pouring across our borders; with new workers graduating from universities and entering the labor market, we […]

Hair of the Dog that Bit You

June 1, 2016 From Whitewater to Fannie Mae       I was pleased to see Townhall post a reminder  this week that the Clintons played a large part in the collapse of Fannie Mae. Voters that ignore this fact must be determined to see history repeat itself. The community redevelopment act Larry Kudlow referred […]