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The Fears over Sequestration are Unwarranted
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The Fears over Sequestration are Unwarranted

With the sequester set to take effect on March 1st, many politicians and pundits are acting like the world is going to end. But the American people should have no fear: this is just another one of Washington’s manufactured crises.

02/28/2013
Call Your Senators: Jack Lew’s Confirmation Hearing Today
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Call Your Senators: Jack Lew’s Confirmation Hearing Today

Treasury Secretary nominee Jack Lew had his confirmation hearing before the Senate Finance Committee today. As Obama’s Chief of Staff, Jack Lew did not say anything surprising—he confirmed that he is just another big government Washington insider.

02/13/2013
Treasury Nominee Jack Lew Accused of Breaking Medicare Law
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Treasury Nominee Jack Lew Accused of Breaking Medicare Law

Prominent Senate Republicans are accusing Treasury Secretary nominee Jack Lew of violating Medicare law. Under federal law, presidential administrations are required to submit a plan to Congress on how to fix Medicare’s financial issues if the program’s funding is imbalanced. Medicare funding has been imbalanced for many consecutive years but Congress has not received one legally mandated legislative Medicare proposal from the Obama administration.

02/12/2013
Reasons to Oppose the So-Called Violence Against Women Act
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Reasons to Oppose the So-Called Violence Against Women Act

On Monday, the Senate is expected to vote on reauthorizing and expanding the so-called Violence against Women Act (VAWA). This unconstitutional law was originally signed by President Clinton in 1994 and has shown no signs of actually reducing violence against women.

02/09/2013
What We Learned From the Trillion Dollar Coin Debate
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What We Learned From the Trillion Dollar Coin Debate

The debt ceiling debate reached a new level of absurdity when some pundits began tossing around the idea of a $1 trillion coin. Instead of advocating for spending cuts to avoid hitting the $16.4 trillion debt limit, proponents of the one trillion dollar coin believe that the Federal Reserve just needs to create more money. They want the U.S.

02/01/2013
Treasury Secretary Nominee Jack Lew's Shady History with Citigroup
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Treasury Secretary Nominee Jack Lew's Shady History with Citigroup

There are many troubling facts about Obama’s nominee for Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew, but perhaps the most disturbing is his history with too-big-to-fail Citigroup. This should raise red flags for people for all political beliefs—it signals that Jack Lew would be just as corrupt as his predecessor Timothy Geithner.

01/31/2013
Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Jack Lew for Treasury Secretary
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Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Jack Lew for Treasury Secretary

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01/25/2013
End the Debt Ceiling Shenanigans
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End the Debt Ceiling Shenanigans

Here we go again… The U.S. is expected to hit the $16.4 trillion debt ceiling by the end of February. That means that we can expect more partisan bickering in Washington over whether to raise the debt ceiling—with or without spending cuts. It has now become typical for Washington to stumble from one manufactured crisis to the next instead of fixing the root cause of the problem.

01/17/2013
The Problem is Over Spending, Not Under Taxation
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The Problem is Over Spending, Not Under Taxation

President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner are currently negotiating a deficit reduction deal to stop the sequester “cuts.”  The main fight is over Obama’s proposal to raise federal income taxes on Americans making over $250,000 a year. While Boehner claims he is opposed to raising the top two income tax brackets, some worry that he will accept a bad tax-hiking deal in order to stop the sequester.

12/12/2012
Speaker Boehner Removing Fiscal Conservatives From Committees
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Speaker Boehner Removing Fiscal Conservatives From Committees

In the final days before the start of the new Congress, House Speaker John Boehner and the Republican establishment are quietly purging strong fiscal conservatives from prominent budget and finance committees.

12/04/2012

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