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The Fiscal Cliff Bill - Special Interests Profit While the Rest of Us Pay
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The Fiscal Cliff Bill - Special Interests Profit While the Rest of Us Pay

It's like deja vu all over again.  The fiscal cliff bill, H.R. 8, was drafted behind closed doors, and lawmakers were given six minutes to read the 154-page bill before voting on it.  Once again, we apparently had to pass the bill to find out what's in it.

01/04/2013
Your Guide to the National Debt (Part 1)
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Your Guide to the National Debt (Part 1)

If you ask many Americans, the largest long-term crisis facing the country is the national debt. Persistently high unemployment, an uncertain economic recovery, soaring health care costs, and a stuttering public education system are all significant contemporary problems, but the skyrocketing national debt seems to loom as a threat to the stability of the government and country itself. With that in mind, shouldn't more of us have a firm understanding of how the national debt works?

01/04/2013
Life Lesson: Without Feasible Alternatives, Resistance is Futile
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Life Lesson: Without Feasible Alternatives, Resistance is Futile

There should be some rule in politics for the less discerning that says: if you're going to attempt a political coup, you better make sure you win, or at least come close. There's a valuable lesson to be learned from yesterday's attempt to fire Speaker Boehner, a "teachable moment," if you will.  How 27 members of Congress thought they could unseat Boehner on their own, is well, curious. Not to mention incredibly unrealistic. 

01/04/2013
Tim Scott Becomes Latest Beneficiary of NAACP’s Bias
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Tim Scott Becomes Latest Beneficiary of NAACP’s Bias

Tim Scott’s swearing in ceremony as United States Senator was an historic achievement that was embraced and celebrated by many---except the NAACP. Ben Jealous, president of the organization, made this claim: “We have Republicans who believe in civil rights — unfortunately he is not one of them,” Jealous said.

01/04/2013
Baucus and Obama are Complicit Predators with Big Business
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Baucus and Obama are Complicit Predators with Big Business

Democracy and Power 114: The Power PlayersWho actually controls the force of government? Politicians and interest groups control the American political process. Special-interest groups – i.e. big business, big unions, education, seniors, and a multitude of others - seek favors; tax breaks, subsidies, exclusive legislation, etc. Interest groups give enormous amounts of money to political campaigns and receive gigantic benefits in return.

01/04/2013
Conflicting Rulings on Obamacare
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Conflicting Rulings on Obamacare

When Nancy Pelosi announced that the Obamacare bill would have to be passed in order to see what was in it, the American people knew (or should have known) that this was not a piece of legislation which had been fully considered. Now that it is law, this is becoming increasingly evident on at least one front; the response to litigation against it. A look at decisions made regarding lawsuits filed against Obamacare show that the judicial system was not prepared for such arguments. Take, for example, the cases of Hobby Lobby and Domino’s Farms.

01/04/2013
Government Debt – Does America Need a Constitutionally Defined Debt Limit?
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Government Debt – Does America Need a Constitutionally Defined Debt Limit?

Democracy and Power 105: The Politician seeks powerThe desire to rule is the mother of heresies. —St. John Chrysostom

01/03/2013
NY Congressman Chris Gibson Offers a Half-Truth Explanation for a Half-Wit Decision
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NY Congressman Chris Gibson Offers a Half-Truth Explanation for a Half-Wit Decision

In the wake of the recent fiscal cliff deal, a jubilant White House bragged about breaking the Republican's no-tax pledge, referring to their victory as "one of the most consequential policy achievements of the last couple decades".But New York Congressman Chris Gibson, who had already hinted that he would not be beholden to the Grover Norquist no-tax pledge that he signed a mere two years earlier, doesn't quite see it that way.

01/03/2013
The Fiscal Cliff Aftermath: How They Voted
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The Fiscal Cliff Aftermath: How They Voted

After weeks of backroom deals and fruitless negotiations with the White House and the Democrat-controlled Senate, the House and Senate passed a bill to supposedly avert the dreaded "fiscal cliff". The bill, H.R. 8, was titled "the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012".

01/02/2013
Fiscal Cliff Walking
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Fiscal Cliff Walking

Last night, in a last ditch effort to avoid the "fiscal cliff" the House passed a bill that sought to prevent tax hikes for all but the top 2% of American workers.  Taking a short break from his Hawaiian vacation, President Obama stopped by the White House to pat everyone on the back for bowing to his will. His speech should be laughable considering it followed a bill that is a joke, however, anyone that knows the details of the deal that was passed (with the help of 85 soon-to-be out of a job Republicans) certainly are not laughing.

01/02/2013

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