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Liberal Attacks the Contract from America

A progressive author by the name of Ryan Normandin has an agenda against the Tea Party as he makes obvious by creating a post to dismantle the “Contract From America”.  It is not my self-identified post to defend the Tea Parties, they can do that fine on their own ,but the amount of egalitarian, modernistic, progressive idiocy “Ryan” posits in ...

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I Want Your Money Trailer (2010) HD

Must see trailer! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wty7974IKg I Want Your Money trailer…Set against the backdrop of today’s headline – 67% of Americans don’t approve of Obama’s economic policies, the film takes a provocative look at our deeply depressed economy using the words and actions of Presidents Reagan and Obama and shows the marked contrast between Reaganomics and Obamanomics. The film contrasts two views ...

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Federal Reserve Struggling to Create Inflation

The specter of deflation is looming.  Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke, the President’s economic advisor Paul Volcker (remember him from the Carter years?), and Treasury’s Timmy Giehtner are all worried that the inflation they have been trying so hard to elicit isn’t coming fast enough – or at all. While inflation is what happens when too many dollars are chasing ...

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The Myths about the Myths of Social Security

For decades we’ve all known the Social Security was in trouble. No more!!  MoveOn.org has calmed the waters and published the truth – all while using an absolute fiction. This post at the liberal site attempts to convince its readers that there is nothing wrong with Social Security – move on folks, nothing to see here: Myth: Social Security is ...

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Are we on the verge of an Economic Collapse?

Are we on the verge of an Economic Collapse? In my opinion yes, and it is intentional, but I’ll let the CBO give you a heads up before I give my opinion. Federal Debt and the Risk of a Fiscal Crisis July 27, 2010 Economic and Budget Issue Brief Summary “Over the past few years, U.S. government debt held by ...

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Californians Fear Crisis Threatens Liberal Benefits

A co-worker brought up an interesting point when we were discussing the Greek crisis.  He said, “California isn’t really in all that different shape”.  That sparked an idea,  I decided to take the very next EU citizens mad about losing entitlements article and put California everywhere the disgruntled Europeans were represented.  The article that showed up is from the New ...

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Spare the Rod, Spoil the Country

Scott Redler penned an article on Forbes.com that discusses how all the bailouts and rescue plans are setting the global economy up for a terrible fall. Well, I’ve got news for you: Spoiled children always grow up dysfunctional.  Rewarding nations for overspending and under-delivering sets a dangerous precedent. “Le Tarp” gives money to countries that have disregarded basic economic principles. It ...

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Universal Health Care in UK and Debt to GDP Ratio Worse than Greece

The Obama administration and liberal Congress have been telling us that health care reform is absolutely necessary to reduce national deficits.  In a Guardian article, Katie Allen reports that although Britain has the National Health Service (full universal health care), it’s deficits are climbing to rates that make Greece look fiscally-responsible. European commission’s spring forecasts put UK budget deficit this ...

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Obama's Plans Add Trillions to the Debt in Current Decade

Tax-and-spend liberalism has been replaced by spend and don’t tax enough radical liberal policy.  It’s not sustainable and definitely not fiscally healthy.  In a Washington Post article they state: President Obama‘s proposed budget would add more than $9.7 trillion to the national debt over the next decade, congressional budget analysts said Friday. Proposed tax cuts for the middle class account ...

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The Rising Cost of Congress

For the last year, we have all been beaten over the head repeatedly with the notion that health care costs are rising so fast that families can’t afford their insurance.  Is anyone applying the same formula to Congress?  They don’t mind spending our money in a care-free manner. We’ve built numerous post-offices and airports as Congressional namesakes.  Fountains have been ...

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The New Party of No

Republicans talk about lowering taxes and getting our deficits under control.  In reality, they only manage half of that promise.  Now Obama is jumping on the budget-hawk bandwagon saying that after we spend $1 Trillion+ on his entitlement program, we should cut domestic spending.  According to Bruce Bartlett’s book, “The New American Economy: The Failure of Reaganomics and a New ...

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Liberals Believe that Debt Limits = U.S. Default on Debt

It is no wonder we are so deep in dept.  The mind-set of those that voted in  the current Congress is that controlling the national debt would cause our country to default on it’s debt. From the liberal-extremist blog, DailyKOS (I have to source that rag because they didn’t bother to tell us from whom they sourced this material: “Seven ...

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