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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Domino'S Pizza
Federal calorie-count rules would slice into restaurant jobs
Sen. Mark Begich of Alaska has taken offense to a Domino's Pizza ad that claims "no one has ever come up with a world-changing idea over halibut."
Investigators found bomb-making materials and pants that appeared to have blood on them in the car of a man suspected of killing Colorado's prisons chief, according to documents made public Tuesday.
A judge on Thursday blocked the federal government from requiring the founder of Domino's Pizza to provide mandatory contraception coverage to his employees under the health care law.
Religious employers battling the Obama administration in court over a mandate in the president's health care law requiring them to offer contraceptive and birth control insurance to their employees could summarize their arguments neatly by pointing to the founder of Domino's Pizza.
Stocks rallied in the final hours of trading for the year as a budget deal appeared to be taking shape in Washington.
It's well established that Obamacare is sending the cost of health care skyrocketing. What's less known is it will make trips to the grocery store more expensive and drive up the cost of pizza. All this is happening because nanny state zealots slipped a zinger into the measure just before it came up for a vote.
President Obama proved he could win re-election without a second-term agenda merely by demonizing his opponent and appealing to the voters' fears instead of our hopes, dreams and aspirations.
For nearly 15 years, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's financial portfolio has included an offshore company that remained invisible to voters as his political star rose.
President Obama decided to stake his re-election on whether the American people will view Mitt Romney's business success as something negative. In doing so, the president betrayed his true belief that government, not private enterprise, knows best.
The time has come for the Republican Party to close the deal. I believe Mitt Romney is the best choice for the presidency. Let me tell you why.
How much does the public truly understand about the inner working of Bain Capital Group beyond the sound bites?
Staples is now the world's largest office-supply company, but in the 1980s it was a startup having trouble attracting investors — until it came to Bain Capital, an investment firm founded and run at the time by Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney is taking a lot of heat from his Republican rivals, who question just how successful he really has been in turning small businesses into major job-creating enterprises.
A beleaguered president seeks re-election. His challenger, a candidate with Massachusetts roots and a presidential demeanor straight out of central casting, has to fight through a primary contest fending off charges of flip-flopping. In the end, the challenger's strength also proves his vulnerability.