The Small Business Administration Could Be Closed in the Next 30 Days

By: Friday October 11, 2013 6:30 pm

I predicted President Obama would resurrect Ronald Reagan’s plan to permanently close the Small Business Administration (SBA) by combining it with the Department of Commerce in November of 2008.

In addition to being a conspiracy nut, I’m apparently also clairvoyant because that is exactly what the President announced he planned to do in January of 2012.

The Senate Small Business Jobs Bill is Anti-Small Business and Will Not Create Jobs

By: Wednesday September 15, 2010 3:10 pm

The Small Business Jobs Act, poised to pass the Senate this week, contains provisions that will do more to damage small businesses than all the decent provisions combined. The bill is another swing-and-a-miss for Democrats trying to bolster their small business creds…

Checking My Crystal Ball on the FY 2009 Federal Small Business Contract Numbers, Part 2

By: Monday August 30, 2010 1:40 pm

The Small Business Administration released its Procurement Scorecard late Friday afternoon, showing that once again, the government did not achieve its mandated 23 percent small business procurement goal. Several weeks ago, I made several predictions about this, lets see how accurate I was.

Checking My Crystal Ball on the FY 2009 Federal Small Business Contract Numbers

By: Saturday August 7, 2010 11:00 am

Time to test my psychic abilities. The Small Business Administration will be releasing the contracting numbers for fiscal year 2009, which will show another disappointing year for small businesses.

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