The First Ten Days

During his first week in office many of the major networks were announcing our new president’s approval rating as being 75%.   According to Leslie Marshall this is clear evidence that the American people trust and feel confident the Obama administration will pull us out of this economic crisis. Let’s look at that 75% approval rating […]

Keeping House: the Role of a Housekeeper

A housekeeper is an individual responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of the interior of a residence. The term is almost exclusively applied to females; males are generally referred to as housecleaners, head of household staff, or, under the old British Imperial system as houseboys (regardless of age). In the great houses of yesteryear the […]

How can the President govern by executive orders?

There is no basis for executive order in the Constitution. But the president has control over the administration, which is a large part of the government, so he is able to issue ‘standing orders’ for the military and the departments run by his cabinet. Congress has oversight of some presidential decisions, but because executive orders […]

Executive Pay

Daily Market Commentary for February 4, 2009 from Millennium-Traders.Com The president ordered the $500,000 cap on salaries and require that companies receiving “exceptional assistance” disclose all executive perks. (read more)http://www.millennium-traders.com/news/newscommentary.aspx Economic data released today: ADP (Automatic Data Processing (ADP)/Macroeconomic Advisers) Employment Report:Sees January U.S. Private Sector Jobs down 522,000; January U.S. Private Sector Jobs Expected […]