Category Archives: Fiscal Responsibility

The U.S. National Debt will reach 17 trillion dollars by the end of June.

They are spending us into a hole we may not be able to climb out of, and there is no end in sight.. On this day in 2017 (at the current rates, without considering any future spending or commitments), the … Continue reading

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“Green” Graft: After Receiving “Green Energy” Stimulus Money, Tesla CEO Buys $17 Million Mansion

One of the notable characteristics of the Soviet Union before it fell was the increasingly-noticeable divergence of laws and policies that affected “connected” people versus the lowly, regular Soviet citizens. Before its predictable collapse, high-ranking Party members and their friends … Continue reading

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The Missing Debate Over Monetary Policy

The dramatically named “fiscal cliff” debate has been the focus of the media and the Washington establishment. In the ridiculous metaphor we are using to describe this debate, driving off the fiscal cliff involves cutting defense spending and Medicare by … Continue reading

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Obama Has Not Come to Negotiate, He’s Come to Consolidate Power

The level of audacity coming from the Democrats – who I chiefly blame for creating this economic mess in the first place- is simply unbelievable. And I mean, unbelievable- as in, if I saw this plot line in a movie … Continue reading

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Since Congress is Losing Moderates, Can We Finally Get Down to Business?

A recent A viagra cheap ssociated Press article lamented the departure of moderates from both parties in Congress. Entitled, “New Congress: Fewer Moderates Make Deals Harder,” the article paints a bleak picture of partisan gridlock. To me, however, the departure … Continue reading

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Grover Norquist Is Right: Tax Increases On The Middle Class Are Up Next

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A Drop in the Bucket: Obama’s Tax Hike Does Nothing to Fix Our Economic Mess

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. While that is often true, when demonstrating the level of distance between President Obama and the harsh economic realities facing this country, it seems a one-minute video is worth … Continue reading

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Fiscal Nonsense: Obamacare is Off the Table for Negotiations Because it ‘Reduces the Deficit’

President Obama has said that he would “do whatever it takes” to avoid the fiscal cliff. However, on Monday, his lackey, Jay Carney, made it clear that Obamacare will not be on the table for fiscal negotiations. Sure, why go … Continue reading

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Two Dependency In America Charts That Will Blow Your Mind

The two “D’s,” debt and dependency, are taking America down the path towards doom. You already know about the debt, but you may not have realized quite how bad the dependency has gotten.

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Flashback to a Time of Less Presidential Stupidity

Let’s take a journey way back to 2009. It was a time when people talked a great deal about hope and change and the naïve masses believed that the new, slick-talking president might somehow pull us out of a recession … Continue reading

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