Thursday, March 17

.: Ramirez with Cheech & Chong

A recent Wood Mackenzie study found that accessing U.S. oil and natural gas currently off-limits could create more than 530,000 jobs and generate $150 billion in government revenue by 2025. But instead, some would rather consider proposals to raise taxes on the industry, leading to 170,000 fewer jobs and a loss of $128 billion in cumulative government revenue.
The Board of Health has voted to make Oxford the fifth community in Massachusetts to ban the sale of tobacco products in pharmacies, drugstores and other “health care institutions.”
The ban went into effect this month and affects CVS, Walmart and Rite Aid stores in town. Boston, Needham, Newton and Everett have similar bans on tobacco sales.

Obama Nominee Tries To Defend WH Budget Deception

In reality, the budget that President Obama submitted adds $13 trillion to the national debt, never has a deficit less than $600 billion, and spends more than it takes in every single year.

Note: Ms. Higginbottom, a former advisor for Obama’s presidential campaign, has had no formal budget training or experience.

Nice Deb:
"Sessions tried to get an honest assessment from Higginbottom, but was frustrated at every turn."

Oh, Hill No!

Fed up with a president “who can’t make his mind up” as Libyan rebels are on the brink of defeat, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is looking to the exits.


“Obviously, she’s not happy with dealing with a president who can’t decide if today is Tuesday or Wednesday, who can’t make his mind up,” a Clinton insider told The Daily. “She’s exhausted, tired.”

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