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Alexis de Tocqueville

The Democrat’s Awful Work Ethos

February 9, 2014

In the midst of a CBO report indicating that Obamacare will be the direct cause for the loss of at least 2 million full-time jobs moving forward (that’s a low-ball number in my opinion), the spin from the left this week was outrageous!  To quote Nancy Pelosi, “this was one of [Obamacare's] goals: to give [...]

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The Cost of Big Government Higher than Dollars and Cents

June 19, 2013

The Wall Street Journal ran a piece today by Harvard history professor Niall Ferguson called “The Regulated States of America” which looks into the dollars and cents behind the cost of our massive regulatory state and how it impacts our culture. According to the numbers, the Administrative State (our unelected Fourth Branch of government) costs [...]

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The Dangers of Lemonade

February 26, 2012

John Stossel recently tried to open a lemonade stand and ran into some trouble.  So have children across this nation in places like Georgia and Missouri.  Among the items a child needs to open a lemonade stand in their front yard on a hot summer day in parts of this nation are:  registration with the [...]

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Have an Active Fourth of July!

July 3, 2009

Usually the 4th is a chance to have some barbecue with friends and family, catch some fireworks, and cheer about how awesome we are.  And I hope that is the case with everyone this year – even if you’re not American, please feel free to use tomorrow as at least another excuse to drink! However, these aren’t normal [...]

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