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Debate Fallout - The Effects Of The Bunker Buster Bomb Dropped On Obama By Romney
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Debate Fallout - The Effects Of The Bunker Buster Bomb Dropped On Obama By Romney

By now, we've watched the first Presidential Debate on October 3; we've read and watched the post-game analysis; we've digested what we saw and how it was analyzed. It was universally hailed by the punditocracy, both on the right and the left, as a significant victory for Romney.

10/05/2012
$15.1M Construction Project Halted for a Single Spider
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$15.1M Construction Project Halted for a Single Spider

San Antonio spokesman for the Texas Department of Transportation,  Josh Donat has said that a planned $15.1 million highway underpass project begun in April is now “highly unlikely...we’ve been asked to avoid further excavation if we can.” The project, which is currently underway will have to be halted. Why? Because of a spider. 

10/02/2012
Real America Update: Vast Majority Of Small Biz Owners Say Regulation Is Choking Them
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Real America Update: Vast Majority Of Small Biz Owners Say Regulation Is Choking Them

A tale of two perspectives...The bureaucrats in charge claim that the Obama administration is "doing just fine" with its approach to small businesses.

09/26/2012
Every Legislator Must Oppose the IRS Power Grab
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Every Legislator Must Oppose the IRS Power Grab

The Obama Administration is trying to raise taxes without Congressional approval, and they really don't care what you think about it.  Every legislator, whether state or federal, must oppose the usurpation of legislative prerogative. Citizens should oppose the move, which will raise their taxes without even a vote in Congress.At National Review Online,  Michael Cannon and Jonathan Adler write:

09/26/2012
Peter DeFazio Has Some Explaining To Do
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Peter DeFazio Has Some Explaining To Do

Congressman Peter DeFazio, a Democrat representing Oregons 4th district and a founding member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus,  has some serious explaining to do. The far left Democrat is currently running for a 13th term in the House and may have not been entirely honest with Oregonians over his 26 year career. 

09/25/2012
Replacing ObamaCare: Insurance Across State Lines (Part 2)
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Replacing ObamaCare: Insurance Across State Lines (Part 2)

Let’s take a closer look at how interstate insurance sales would impact another important element of consumer-driven health care reform: true insurance. If you’ve forgotten, true insurance is individual insurance. Most people receive their health insurance as the result of a group insurance plan provided by their employer.

09/22/2012
Meet the New HMO -- Same as the Old HMO
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Meet the New HMO -- Same as the Old HMO

Dean Clancy is right that health reform debate is about only two basic alternatives -- the HMO or the HSA. Reform either comes with top down, authoritarian price controls and foolish attempts to control the market with bureaucratic systems like Health Maintenance Organizations, or with a thin layer of structure to allow free people to make their own decisions, as happens with Health Savings Accounts. 

09/21/2012
Replacing ObamaCare: Insurance Across State Lines (Part 1)
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Replacing ObamaCare: Insurance Across State Lines (Part 1)

Perhaps the most prominent conservative health care reform idea is to allow Americans to buy health insurance across state lines. It’s undoubtedly the GOP’s favorite talking point when it comes to replacing ObamaCare. Not only is it well-known, it’s also pretty popular. The benefits to such a reform are obvious, as any economist will tell you that more competition in a market typically leads to lower prices and higher product quality. It makes intuitive sense to most Americans, and there aren’t any exceedingly obvious reasons to object to the idea.

09/20/2012
Obama Administration - Regulating Businesses Into Submission
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Obama Administration - Regulating Businesses Into Submission

Regulations and red tape - a recovery's worst nightmare.During a meeting in December of 2008 between Barack Obama and a team of his top economic advisers, the President-elect told his group that "government should help facilitate private ventures by removing bureaucratic red tape."Now however, the ability of businesses and their owners to pull out of the economic doldrums it seems, is being hamstrung in part by the regulatory and red tape machine that is the Obama administration.  

09/17/2012
We All Belong to the Government
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We All Belong to the Government

The 2012 election is setting in stark contrast the message of the two major parties. Instead of the usual choice between the lesser of two evils or the less clearly evil of two barely distinguishable choices, the two candidates will stand firmly on the ideology of their respective parties. The leftist rhetoric and agenda of the Democrats is opening up the wide, patriotic center for the Republicans to fill. 

09/05/2012

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