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Paul Ryan’s Latest Budget Puts GOP on Offense

March 12, 2013

With President Obama reeling after the Sequester dud, Paul Ryan unveiled the House GOP’s budget proposal.  Here’s a short clip: This is where Paul Ryan is at his best — crunching numbers and articulating a more sensible path to a financially solvent future for our nation.  On top of that, this budget proposal eliminates Obamacare, [...]

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Bad Week for the Obama Nation

April 1, 2012

I figured that on April Fools Day I’d post on the terrible few days our very foolish fine President has had to endure.  The Washington Times really hit the nail on the head that over the last 10 days: Obama waded into the Trayvon Martin issue, race-pandering (skip to 1:34) and aggravating an already tense [...]

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California Crisis Previews Our Own

January 29, 2010

News came out today that California is going to have to cut up to $9 billion from its budget or be broke by March, leaving them with no money to run the government until April when a fresh load of taxes start coming in.  The constitution in California makes each proposition have the power of [...]

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Congressman Paul Ryan Rips Obama

March 3, 2009

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) had some choice words to say regarding Obama’s budget and his tone during opening remarks for the House Committee on the Budget, to Peter Orzag, director of OMB.  Speaking on the Budget: But what’s most distressing about this budget is that it takes a decidedly ideological turn away from the principles [...]

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Republicans Change Tactics As Democrats Spend, Spend, Spend

February 26, 2009

The Republican Party was moderately successful in pushing opposition to the stimulus package.  Although a losing battle, the Republicans were able to make some headway in the war against the new liberal onslaught by laying down the gambit, providing near-unanimous opposition to a $775 billion plus Porkulus package, and do some damage to Obama’s election-day [...]

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Bad Economic Policy

February 21, 2009

The stock market is down 10% since Obama’s inauguration.  The deficit has just been tripled by the stimulus.  So what is Obama’s plan?  He is proposing to balance the federal budget by raising taxes on both the wealthy and businesses, as well as cut funding to the military in Afganastan and Iraq. All of this [...]

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