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Archive of posts published in the tag: Carly Fiorina

Hillary’s Economic Scorecard

Carly Fiorina schools Hillary on the economy in Hillary Clinton Flunks Economics in The Wall Street Journal: And yet Hillary Clinton said on Oct. 13 in the first Democratic presidential debate, “The economy does better when you have a Democrat in the…

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The Government of the 1%

Carly Fiorina schools Hillary on the economy in Hillary Clinton Flunks Economics in The Wall Street Journal: People at the top seem to be doing just fine under the policies she extols. As this newspaper reported last year, in the period…

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A Different Culture

from Neal Freeman at National Review, Carly Fiorina-First Tier Candidate: Excerpt: According to our expensive and occasionally accurate opinion surveys, Maine residents know two things about Carly Fiorina: first, that she gives Hillary Clinton fits, and second, that she was…

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Carly’s Tenure at HP

Holman Jenkins in the Wall Street Journal, CEO Fiorina Fought the Good Fight: People get the wrong idea about CEOs, mostly from the media. CEOs are supposed to be magical persons who transform opportunities invisible to the rest of us…

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Climate Policy without Results

Carly Fiorina on Climate Change Strategy in National Review, Carly Fiorina Shows How to Address the Left on Climate Change In the political battles over climate change, there are three distinct and relevant questions. First, does mankind have a material…

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Rubio/ Fiorina 2016

  My first threshold for a candidate is their governing principles and philosophy; how they see the world.  The last thing I want is a leader effective at getting things done when I am opposed to everything he wants to…

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The Other Woman

I generally believe that the highest office in the land should not be one’s first elected office.  Politics like any other profession requires skill sets and relationships that are unique to that profession.  I do not care if the candidate…

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Grace vs Arrogance

  From Townhall, Trump and the Myth of Immigrant Crime by Steve Chapman: Excerpt: Sampson thinks it is no coincidence that crime rates nationwide have plunged over the past two decades just as immigrants, authorized and unauthorized, were arriving in…

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