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Conservatives Finally Signal They're Ready To Go On Offense at RNC Convention
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Conservatives Finally Signal They're Ready To Go On Offense at RNC Convention

The delays caused by Hurricane Isaac at the RNC Convention in Tampa, and the subsequent rush of speakers during two days' worth of convention sessions squeezed into a single day, were emblematic of the Romney campaign strategy as a whole. For the past few months, it's been clear that Romney would secure enough delegate votes to secure the election, and the nation has been waiting for the campaign to go on offense against the failed policies and deliberate expansion of government by the Obama administration.

08/29/2012
The National Debt in Perspective
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The National Debt in Perspective

The national debt is at $15.8 trillion dollars. It is roughly 7 times that amount when the unfunded liabilities of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid are factored in. These numbers are so large that it is often difficult to grasp.

07/11/2012
The Canary in The Coal Mine Is Gasping For Air
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The Canary in The Coal Mine Is Gasping For Air

The Coal Mine Canary Is Gasping For AirBy: Jim Hoft and Andrea Ryan

06/23/2012
Where Walker Succeeds, Unions Fail and Wisconsin Wins
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Where Walker Succeeds, Unions Fail and Wisconsin Wins

By: Jim Hoft and Andrea RyanNext Tuesday, Wisconsin will hold its recall election for Governor Scott Walker.  The impetus for this movement started early last year when the newly elected governor imposed bold changes in order to rescue Wisconsin’s deeply red budget.  As we have seen with other states in a fiscal mess, such as New Jersey, the only fix for the health of the state’s current and future economy is through a strong leader with a fearless drive to make the unpopular and difficult (but correct) decisions.  Enacting common sense economic principles should not make for a “pioneer”, yet decades of lavish spending in excess of state revenues has become the new norm, making actions based on common sense the new “radical”.

06/01/2012
A Romney/Walker/Daniels/Christie/Jindal/McDonnell/Martinez Ticket May Be The Path To Victory
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A Romney/Walker/Daniels/Christie/Jindal/McDonnell/Martinez Ticket May Be The Path To Victory

As we move inexorably closer to the date of the most important presidential election of the 21st century, small government, free market devotees find themselves caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. Absent a governing record that inspires, what can Mitt Romney do to cement some support from the base beyond being the less unpalatable of the two main choices?Bill Kristol has an idea. 

05/28/2012
Big Spender: The Truth about the Obama Administration’s Out of Control Spending
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Big Spender: The Truth about the Obama Administration’s Out of Control Spending

President Obama and his allies on the Left want you to believe that government spending is under control. They want you to believe that this economic downturn will only go away with government help. They want you to believe that the President is not a big spender. There’s just one problem. It’s not true. 

05/25/2012
Cut Spending – Cut Taxes: Sweden – Ryan – Tea Party Budget
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Cut Spending – Cut Taxes: Sweden – Ryan – Tea Party Budget

Personal Freedom and Power 104: Taxes Diminish Personal Power “The power to tax is the power to destroy.” -Chief Justice John Marshall Every tax imposed by government diminishes the power of the person taxed.  Excessive taxation obstructs choice and entrepreneurship, which restricts freedom and prosperity for the individual taxed and the entire community.

05/20/2012
Buckle Up For Another Political Showdown - America's Credit Card Is Maxed Out Again
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Buckle Up For Another Political Showdown - America's Credit Card Is Maxed Out Again

Increasing Debt Ceiling, No Budget, Unrestrained Spending, And A Spinning Debt Clock... Obama’s Road To American SerfdomBy: Jim Hoft with Andrea RyanBuckle up.  Here we go...again.

05/17/2012
Another Year, Another Ridiculous Obama Budget
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Another Year, Another Ridiculous Obama Budget

02/13/2012
Keep Raising the Debt Ceiling and the Whole House Will Collapse
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Keep Raising the Debt Ceiling and the Whole House Will Collapse

I, however, place economy among the first and most important republican virtues, and public debt as the greatest of the dangers to be feared.—Thomas Jefferson Last week on January 26th Congress voted against a measure to deprive the president of the authority to raise the debt ceiling. In a 44 – 52 vote, the president was granted permission to add another $1.2 trillion to the national debt, deferring for some time any difficult albeit necessary fiscal decisions. For the first time in over half a century, the national debt is roughly equal to the gross domestic product of the United States. This situation is analogous to an individual whose debts are equal to the total value of his income and savings. Mainstream economists will note, however, that this is not as dire of a situation as it first appears to be. After World War II, the national debt was 122 percent of GDP, about 22 percent higher than that of today. This is true, although there are several other factors that are worth consideration in comparing and contrasting the fiscal solvency of the United States in 1946 with that of today.

01/30/2012

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