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CBO warns lawmakers that Social Security is still going broke

The Congressional Budget Office issued another dire warning last week on the ominous state of the Social Security, the social retirement and disability programs created by Congress in 1935 as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "New Deal."

3 days ago
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Once Again, the Establishment Cries Foul Over a Stand for Principle

The "CRomnibus" government funding bill passed handily last weekend, but not before Senators Lee and Cruz had their say. In a controversial move, the two senators managed to put their colleagues on record voting for or against funding President Obama's latest unconstitutional executive power grab. Many Republican senators, however, protest too much, claiming that Lee and Cruz may have allowed the Democrats to pass a number of executive nominees because of their insistence upon making their point.

6 days ago
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If Elizabeth Warren is So Anti-Wall Street, Why Does She Support the Ex-Im Bank?

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has a populist reputation of being anti-Wall Street. Last week, she nearly threatened to shut down the government because the Omnibus bill would repeal a section in the Dodd-Frank financial regulation bill that passed in 2010.

12/15/2014
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Key Vote NO on Cloture for the "CRomnibus"

As one of our over 6.7 million FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to vote NO on cloture for the hybrid omnibus appropriations and continuing resolution spending bill.

12/13/2014
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The (CR)Omnibus Process Has Been Another Congressional Disgrace

Congress, apparently in a race to more thoroughly deserve its abysmal approval ratings, has conducted a tremendous exercise in bad government this past week. The omnibus funding bill that is set to keep the government paid for through September 2015 has been crafted largely in secret, and once again left lawmakers with only a couple of days to sort through what had been changed in over a thousand pages of text. This is not a rational way to run a government.

12/11/2014
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Here's why the already bloated Farm Bill is getting more expensive

When the House of Representatives passed the farm bill earlier this year, Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) hailed it as a accomplishment because, he said, it "maintains critical assistance for families in need and improves programs for producers while cutting the cost of government."

10/24/2014
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Here's how big government bureaucrats have wasted $25 billion of your money

Before the Continuing Resolution and debt ceiling battle last year, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), in an interview with CNN's Candy Crowley, tried to dismiss the push for spending cuts. “[T]he cupboard is bare. There’s no more cuts to make. It’s really important that people understand that," said Pelosi. "We all want to reduce the deficit. We’re all committed to that. Put everything on the table. Review it. But you cannot have any more cuts just for the sake of cuts. Right now, you’re taking trophies."

10/22/2014
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CDC's inability to deal with Ebola isn't for a lack of funding

A progressive organization is out with a new issue ad blaming congressional Republicans for the Ebola outbreak. In the disgusting minute-long ad, titled "Republican Cuts Kill," the Agenda Project Action Fund uses clips of Republicans, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KY), urging more spending cuts to the federal budget. It also features footage of Obama administration officials discussing budget cuts and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) purported inability to deal with viral outbreaks.

10/13/2014
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Obama's top adviser wants to get rid of the only meaningful spending cuts in years

Here we go again. The White House is, once again, complaining about the sequester. John Podesta, the chief adviser to President Barack Obama, wrote an op-ed at the Washington Post, in which he urged Congress to roll back cuts to the rate of spending increases over the next decade.

10/10/2014
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Cronyism: Kay Hagan's husband benefited from the stimulus bill she voted for

Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) had been in office for less than two months when she, in February 2009, cast the deciding vote for President Obama's wasteful $830 billion stimulus bill. After the passage of the measure, the North Carolina Democrat blasted out a press release to spin her vote stating that "this legislation delivers on our simple promise to change the way things work in Washington -- for working families and not for special interests."

10/10/2014

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