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President Bush on the Economy
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President Bush on the Economy

The East Room 9:45 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Thanks for coming. The White House is the people's house, and I'm here to talk about the people's money. We're glad you're here. As you know, every year my administration produces a budget that lays out our priorities and our goals. And every summer the Office of Management and Budget releases a report called the Mid-Session Review that tells the American people how much progress we're making towards meeting our fiscal goals.

07/13/2006
European Death Wish
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European Death Wish

This piece was originally published on July 13, 2006 in The Washington Times. VIENNA, Austria. -- Human lifespans in developed countries have been increasing 15 seconds every minute for the past 125 years, and they are increasing even faster in the developing countries -- on average about 20 seconds every minute. This means that in Europe and America lifespans increase about one year over every four-year period. Why has this happened? In one word -- chemistry.

07/13/2006
FreedomWorks Deplores European Union Attack on American Business
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FreedomWorks Deplores European Union Attack on American Business

WASHINGTON, D.C. FreedomWorks today sharply criticized the E.U.’s European Commission’s (EC) recent fine of 280.5 million euros, or $357 million, against Microsoft. The fine came despite the fact that the underlying case is on appeal and has yet to be resolved.

07/13/2006
Out-of-State Interests Try to Shape Our Future.
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Out-of-State Interests Try to Shape Our Future.

BY George W. Genevro

Thank you for publishing the ballot initiatives chart on July 8. It appears, judging from the number of out-of-state individuals and groups backing constitutional changes and some state law changes, that there is considerable and widespread concern about the ability of Oregonians to govern themselves.

07/13/2006
European Death Wish
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European Death Wish

BY Richard W. Rahn

Human lifespans in developed countries have been increasing 15 seconds every minute for the past 125 years, and they are increasing even faster in the developing countries -- on average about 20 seconds every minute. This means that in Europe and America lifespans increase about one year over every four-year period. Why has this happened? In one word -- chemistry.

07/13/2006
More Republicans Vote for Min Wage Hike
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More Republicans Vote for Min Wage Hike

In a 260-159 vote yesterday, the House approved a non-binding resolution calling for a minimum wage increase of $2.10. Among the members who symbolically expressed support for an increase were 64 Republicans. This marks the second time in under a month that House Republicans have supported a minimum wage raise.  Here are the Republicans who voted the wrong way. 

07/12/2006
Big Dig Problems Appear Widespread
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Big Dig Problems Appear Widespread

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The problems with the $14 billion plus roads project appear to be widespread, affecting more than 60 areas in the tunnel system, according to CNN. The state attorney general, Thomas F. Reilly, told reporters that “This is a massive failure, far beyond the events of Monday night,” when a woman was killed by falling pieces of the Big Dig-- perhaps the most expensive public works project in American history.

07/12/2006
Temporary Narrower Budget Deficit Announced by Bush Administration
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Temporary Narrower Budget Deficit Announced by Bush Administration

The Bush administration expects the fiscal 2006 budget deficit will shrink by about 7% to $296 billion from last year's $318 billion deficit. But this temporary narrower gap will again expand in 2007. While according to the estimation from White House Office of Management and Budget, Much of the projected deficit reduction stems not from reining in spending but from better-than-expected tax receipts. Though Mr.

07/11/2006
Government Costs Workers Half a Year of Labor
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Government Costs Workers Half a Year of Labor

Americans for Tax Reform are hosting their annual celebration of Cost of Government Day today and have released a report on the cost of government in 2006.  For those who don’t know Cost of Government day is the date on which Americans have worked long enough to pay for government for the year.  Government spending and regulations are equal to 52% of the GDP this year, meaning that Americans have to work 192.5 days to pay for the burdens of the government.    

07/11/2006
Laffer's Triumph
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Laffer's Triumph

A Wall Street Journal editorial from today points out that despite the Democrats' dire predictions about the effects of the 2003 tax cuts, the cuts managed to out perform everyone's expectations.

07/11/2006

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