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House Republicans Pass Highway (to Hell) Bill by Voice Vote

Yesterday, Sept. 14, 2011 should be marked as an eye-opening day of revelation for conservative voters across the nation that handed the U.S. House of Representatives to the GOP in the historic 2010 elections. Why should this day be such an eye-opener? Well, this is the day that Republicans used the Liberal trickery that we have seen for the past ...

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Obama Begins "Pass the Fake Jobs Bill" Campaign Today

The Classless Community Organizer will hit the campaign trail today to promote his misnamed American Jobs Act. Barack Obama will start off with another speech/publicity event from the rose garden on Monday morning. “Pass this bill now without reading it,” and “This is not just another failed stimulus bill,” will surely be two messages he will try to fool the ...

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The Jobs Speech: Same Proposals Will Equal Same Results

President Obama gave his much anticipated speech on jobs (links to full text and video below). While many were looking forward to some plan from the leader of the country, and his supporters were glad to have something to justify their reverence for the man they will vote for next year, the speech falls incredibly short when analyzed from a real-world perspective. ...

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ACA of Texas Offers Financial Literacy Tips for Parents

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — With Texas students from kindergarten to college heading back to school, adding financial literacy to your child’s curriculum this fall can teach invaluable skills for today and in the future. “It’s never too early or too late to talk with your kids about personal finances,” said ACA of TexasPresident Jack Fischer. As outlined in USA Today’s special supplement on youth ...

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What Would Reagan Do?

Many have said that what we need now, more than ever, is a Ronald Reagan-esque President in the White House. What would Reagan do to deal with the Debt Ceiling?

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So How Much Is $14.4 Trillion Exactly?

Ever wonder what all those zeros mean? What’s the difference between a million and a billion? What’s the difference between a billion and a trillion? Take a look at the Milky Way and you will see the magnitude of the zeros!

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What America is Obama from? – Not Mine!

Wednesday evening Obama spoke during an Iftar Dinner at the White House celebrating Ramadan. Now some of you may know what the Ramadan is, but there might be a few that don’t know what it is. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which lasts 29 or 30 days. It is the Islamic month of fasting, in which participating Muslims ...

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Recipe For Disaster

Washington may call the recent “debt deal” necessary, but the “ingredients” that went into making the “deal” sometimes seem a bit “seedy”. A more appropriate name might be a recipe for disaster!

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Rich Man, Poor Man

Despite what the liberal media and the Democrat party tell you, the poor are getting richer. In fact, America’s poor are so rich, we should be having parades to celebrate how wealthy the poor are in our country. Bill Whittle lays out the facts.

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You’re Gonna Pay [Video]

Punk rock music with a fiscally-sound message – who’d a thunk it. Of course there are drugged out monkeys and riots too so punk rockers need not fear – their reputation is safe.

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Matt Damon Is Disgusted!

Matt Damon is “so disgusted” with the debt limit and says he doesn’t mind paying more taxes. Oh, what I would give to have a little look-see at his income taxes! I would be willing to bet he took as many write-offs as possible!

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California’s ‘Boondoggle’ Report – I mean High Speed Rail Report

The term “Boondoggle” may be used to refer to protracted government or corporate projects involving large numbers of people and usually heavy expenditure, where at some point, the key operators, having realized that the project will never work, are still reluctant to bring this to the attention of their superiors. Generally there is an aspect of “going through the motions” ...

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Making the Cut

As we all know money is on most everybody’s mind in these hard economic times, coupled with our Congress fighting each other over the debt and spending issues. No one in Congress has put any permanent solutions on the table but Cut, Cap and Balance seemed to be a step in the right direction. The House Republicans came up with ...

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The Debt “Deal” Is A Bad Idea

For what feels like the millionth time, I am utterly disgusted by the goings on in Washington.  This, of course, is nothing new, but the stakes are much higher this time and I feel like I’m watching a slow-motion train-wreck in action. For weeks, we’ve been warned by Congressional leaders in both parties, and by the President, himself, that August ...

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