President Obama's Occidental College transcripts have never been released. His Columbia transcripts are, likewise, AWOL. And his Harvard Law transcripts also haven't been made public. Finally, it's reported, he never published any articles while at Harvard, yet somehow served as Editor of Law Review. That would make him unique among editors, according to insiders.(from directorblue.blogspot.com)
Even John "D Student" Kerry was guilt-tripped into releasing his transcripts.
Curiously, since I relayed a report of Obama's "teaching career" at Chicago (he was apparently never a law professor, as some have claimed), the Illinois Bar has decided to partially redact what little public information it had available on its website related to the President's legal status.
On March 1st, I captured the public records available at the Illinois Bar's website for the President (click to zoom):
Today, thanks to an eagle-eyed commenter, what little is available in the record has been partially redacted:
For some odd reason, the date that Obama was last registered to practice law in Illinois was erased within the last few days.
Perhaps it's just some clerical issue or a database cleanup problem.
But when even the tiniest breadcrumbs of background information on this, the most mysterious President ever, begin disappearing, I think it's worth asking some questions.
And perhaps The New York Times or Glutes Sullivan could reassign a cub reporter from the Sarah Palin detail in Wasilla to find out just what the President's grades were -- and how he actually paid for school.
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The far left that now leads this country, ran an incredible 223 billion dollar deficit this February. Currently, the Treasury site doesn’t display the February numbers, but the CBO has the rundown of the monthly figures here.
So here are the numbers for February:
Receipts were actually up, which at first glance might look like a good thing, but the CBO actually suggests otherwise and we will get back to that in a moment. Outlays, compared to last year were up $46 billion. Unfortunately, revenues were only up $16 billion and the deficit itself was $29 greater than last year.
Now, back to that revenue increase we saw in February. The CBO explains much of it away, as a one time gain:
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