Category Archive for: ‘National Debt’

  • Senate Democrats Pass Federal Budget With Trillion Dollar Error

    Democratic Lies Produce Federal Budget With Trillion Dollar Error

    Senate Democrats, who have been unable to pass a federal budget for the last five years, finally proposed and passed a federal budget. Before we applaud them for meeting the minimum standards of their job description, we must point out that they did so only …

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  • National Debt Skyrockets While Obama Fiddles

    National debt is skyrocketing while Obama fiddles, just as Nero did while Rome burned. Obama continues offering only false rhetoric and political doublespeak, while our national debt burns further and further into uncharted territory. Relying on tired rallying cries of hope and change, Obama’s rhetoric promises …

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  • Tea Party Frustrated With Budget Deals

    As congress continues to seek a compromise on how much federal spending to cut in order to avoid a government shutdown, Tea Party activists who helped propel Republicans back into power are growing impatient with the debate. When Republicans captured the House in November, vowing …

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  • Funding Deal Or Will Government Shut Down?

    With voters growing weary of the continuing games from Washington and yet another threat of a government shut down looming, Democrats and Republicans spent Thursday alternately declaring they had, or hadn’t, reached a deal on funding the federal government through the current fiscal year. Senate …

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  • Obama Budget Understates Deficit By $2.3 Trillion

    A new, nonpartisan analysis of Barack Obama’s proposed 10-year budget reveals that the Obama administration has underestimated budget deficits by more than $2.3 trillion. In their preliminary report, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) stated, “In all, deficits would total $9.5 trillion between 2012 and 2021 …

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  • Senator Rand Paul Introduces Balanced Budget

    Politicians typically break campaign promises more often than not.  When an elected official instead chooses to keep their word, he or she deserves recognition for their consistency.  With the rise of the Tea Party movement, many lawmakers are talking about cutting government spending. Few politicians, …

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  • War With Unions We Visited Ground Zero

    Madison Wisconsin. (February 28) The call went out far and wide for massive protests to stand with the unions in Wisconsin. Every liberal, socialist, communist, Marxist, anarchist and left wing group in the country sent – and answered – the call. I have been watching …

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  • Plunge In Sales of Existing Homes Sharpest Drop In History

    Sales of previously owned homes fell 27 percent in July to the weakest level in 15 years, the National Association of Realtors reported last week. This represents the largest single monthly drop in history and they’ve been keeping these records for 40 years.

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  • Another Dishonest Bailout Obama Wastes Another $26 Billion

    Obama, like Roosevelt, is instituting solutions which have and will continue to make this recession much worse than it would otherwise be.

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  • US At Risk Of Losing AAA Credit Rating

    The gold-plated AAA credit rating of the United States may be at risk as the nation copes with growing debt. Moody’s states that even US Treasury bonds which carry a AAA credit rating, considered the safest of investments, could be downgraded if Washington continues on …

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