Clark Howard is a leading consumer advocate and host of "The Clark Howard Show." American business is riding a euphoric high, but with good times come the bad, specifically unscrupulous souls who prey upon unwitting consumers and are looking for an opening to bilk, swindle or entrap. Howard knows who they are and what they can do to honest, hard-working citizens.
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After four years of listening to him, it's become easy to pick up Barack Obama's reflexive go-to rhetorical tactic of creating "straw men" -- setting up fake opponents or arguments that he can then knock down.
Buried in President Obama's partisan, populist klaxon call for liberalism Monday was a classic bit of bait and switch. Reprising a bit of rhetoric from last fall's campaign, Obama took a shot at critics (ahem) who suggest that a country might be a nation of "takers." With record numbers of people on food stamps and disability where would they ever have gotten such a notion?