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You Will Regret This - On Woodward and the Sequester

Media members will regret attacking Bob Woodward for revealing, and insisting, that the sequester originated in White House. They will regret more not realizing that a viable First Amendment requires a press in loyal opposition to the government. But even more, along with the rest of America they will regret being the champions of reckless government spending.

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You Will Regret This - On Woodward and the Sequester

Media members will regret attacking Bob Woodward for revealing, and insisting, that the sequester originated in White House. They will regret more not realizing that a viable First Amendment requires a press in loyal opposition to the government. But even more, along with the rest of America they will regret being the champions of reckless government spending.

02/28/2013
Obama Increases Spending for Special-Interest Predators

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, small 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.

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Obama Increases Spending for Special-Interest Predators

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, small 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.

12/03/2012
"Gutsy Call"-Congress Ponders Punting Fiscal Cliff Deadlines

"Can we just talk about this later?"Slowly and quietly, the U.S. Congress may be arriving at a consensus on how to avoid falling off the "fiscal cliff" on December 31 - by simply putting off its own deadline for most of the major year-end budget and tax decisions.

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"Gutsy Call"-Congress Ponders Punting Fiscal Cliff Deadlines

"Can we just talk about this later?"Slowly and quietly, the U.S. Congress may be arriving at a consensus on how to avoid falling off the "fiscal cliff" on December 31 - by simply putting off its own deadline for most of the major year-end budget and tax decisions.

09/21/2012
Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending

Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending Stephen Moore, of the Wall Street Journal, asked Milton Friedman, prior to his death in 2006, what would make America more prosperous.   Instantly, Friedman replied.  "Three things - promote free trade, school choice for all children, and cut government spending." When Moore inquired about the size of the spending cuts, Friedman answered, "As much as possible.”

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Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending

Milton Friedman and Ted Cruz on Good Governance – Cut Spending Stephen Moore, of the Wall Street Journal, asked Milton Friedman, prior to his death in 2006, what would make America more prosperous.   Instantly, Friedman replied.  "Three things - promote free trade, school choice for all children, and cut government spending." When Moore inquired about the size of the spending cuts, Friedman answered, "As much as possible.”

08/07/2012