Last July, President Barack Obama spoke at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg and laid out his vision for rebuilding the economy. On Wednesday, Obama will be back in the Kansas City area at the Uptown Theater, speaking again about the economy. Dave Helling writes that for all the blather from Democrats and Republicans, the public knows politicians are locked in a 20th century argument over 21st century challenges.
Last July, President Barack Obama spoke at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg and laid out his vision for rebuilding the economy. On Wednesday, Obama will be back in the Kansas City area at the Uptown Theater, speaking again about the economy. Dave Helling writes that for all the blather from Democrats and Republicans, the public knows politicians are locked in a 20th century argument over 21st century challenges. File photo by Susan Walsh The Associated Press
Last July, President Barack Obama spoke at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg and laid out his vision for rebuilding the economy. On Wednesday, Obama will be back in the Kansas City area at the Uptown Theater, speaking again about the economy. Dave Helling writes that for all the blather from Democrats and Republicans, the public knows politicians are locked in a 20th century argument over 21st century challenges. File photo by Susan Walsh The Associated Press

Dave Helling: In economics and politics, talk is cheap

July 28, 2014 3:21 PM