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Steyn on the Gov’t Shutdown

October 5, 2013

Mark Steyn’s latest column on the government shutdown expresses some of his observations on shutting down the open-air WWII Memorial, etc.  Here’s one: The World War II Memorial exists thanks to some $200 million in private donations – plus $15 million or so from Washington: In other words, the feds paid for the grass. But [...]

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Senator-Elect Mike Lee Calls for Balanced Budget Amendment

November 8, 2010

Just a week after being elected Senator from Utah, Mike Lee has called for something that hasn’t been seriously considered in the last fifteen years, a Balanced Budget Amendment to the United States Constitution.  And unlike previous proposals, Lee’s version isn’t covered in loopholes.  This one contains no wartime or emergency exceptions.  Imagine that, a [...]

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