Monthly Archives: May 2012

Hey Big Spender

“…a cow pie of distortion” is how President Obama characterized Mitt Romney’s recent pronouncement about the deficit spending of Obama. “What my opponent didn’t tell you was that federal spending since I took office has risen at the slowest pace … Continue reading

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ObamaCare and Article 120

99.9% of people probably are not aware that government mandated insurance was part of the USSR Constitution. Yes, they had a Constitution that was written in the 1930’s. Article 120 stated: “Citizens of the U.S.S.R. have the right to maintenance … Continue reading

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Don’t Trust What Politicans Say

One of the most prolific writers of our time is economist Thomas Sowell. Sowell can take the complex and make it understandable through his writings. Recently, he wrote an article for the Hoover Institute that shows how history is being … Continue reading

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What have three years of Obama change produced?

NATIONAL DEBT (2009 – $10 plus trillion, 2012 – $14 plus trillion, 32.2% increase) Source: US Treasury FAILED BANKS (2009 – 140 banks, 2012 – 164 banks, 17.1% increase) Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation PEOPLE IN POVERTY (2009 – 39,800,000, … Continue reading

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Why the US Cannot Balance the Budget

Rarely do I find people who are aware of the state of the national economy or who know the dangers of spending without limits. Here is a video that was recommended to me that will clearly and concisely explain the future … Continue reading

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Who Will Create the Wealth?

President Francois Hollande of France has announced he will roll back the austerity measures of Nicholas Szarkozy. Among the changes he trumpeted was imposing a 75% tax on the rich. The French government already employs almost 50% of the workforce. … Continue reading

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Samuelson Agrees Sweden Can Be A Model For Economic Recovery

Robert J. Samuelson of the Washington Post wrote an article on April 25th entitled, “The Swedish model for economic recovery.” It echoes what I wrote about in, “Sweden’s Swing To The Right Brings Prosperity.” His third paragraph states, “Conservatives can … Continue reading

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