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Once a Top Dem, Artur Davis Makes Hard Right Turn

Four years ago he was touted as the next Barack Obama, today former Alabama congressman Artur Davis sounds more like Gotye and tells Dems, ‘now you’re just somebody that I used to know.’

Speaking in Tampa last week, Davis said “the last time I spoke at a convention, it turned out I was in the wrong place,” referencing his appearance in 2008 in support of Barack Obama.

And talking with CNBC’s Larry Kudlow, Davis said he’s traded his blue ties for red because “President Obama’s economic policies have failed.”

Davis argues that Democrats say they have new ideas to turn around the economy when they don’t and he doesn’t believe the solution to the economic crisis is “taking more money from people who are doing well and growing the foot print of government.”

Total Cost: $58,065Tuition: $43,840Room & Board: $13,980Fees: $245Claremont McKenna, located near downtown Los Angeles, accepted only 12.4 percent of its applicants for the class of 2016, a rate that admissions counselor Brandon Gonzalez said ensures that students here will be going to school only with other top students.�The class of 2016 will be one of the most talented groups of students we have ever seen,�  The school will charge these students a tuition of $21,920 per semester, or $43,840 for the entire academic year, incurring a total cost of
Total Cost: $58,065Tuition: $43,840Room & Board: $13,980Fees: $245Claremont McKenna, located near downtown Los Angeles, accepted only 12.4 percent of its applicants for the class of 2016, a rate that admissions counselor Brandon Gonzalez said ensures that students here will be going to school only with other top students.�The class of 2016 will be one of the most talented groups of students we have ever seen,� The school will charge these students a tuition of $21,920 per semester, or $43,840 for the entire academic year, incurring a total cost of


However, Howard Dean, former Vermont Governor and CNBC Contributor sees the situation quite differently. “The fact of the matter is the US is a lot better off than Europe and the reason is because of Barack Obama. We did not make the mistake of cranking down government spending like Herbert Hoover did. That lead to the Great Depression.


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