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Stimulus 3.0: Who’s Getting Paid and Who’s Paying Up?

March 18, 2021 Economy / Federal Funding 0

By: Mike Maharrey On Wednesday, the  U.S. House gave final approval to coronavirus stimulus bill 3.0. For those keeping score at home, that brings total stimulus spending approved during the pandemic ...

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The Fed Enabling Biden and Congress’ Destructive Agenda

March 12, 2021 Uncategorized 0

By: Ron Paul According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), 2021 will be the second year in a row in which the federal debt exceeds Gross Domestic Product (GDP). CBO also ...

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The Federal Reserve: The Engine that Powers the Most Powerful Government in History

By: Mike Maharrey The Federal Reserve serves as the engine that makes all of the U.S. government’s unconstitutional spending possible. Without the Fed, the entire system would collapse. Case in ...

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Restoring Fiscal Conflict

November 25, 2019 Uncategorized 0

by James Wallner Near the end of Ayn Rand’s dystopian novel, Atlas Shrugged, the discredited regime representing the United States Government announces the “John Galt Plan for Peace, Prosperity, and ...

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George Washington’s Farewell: Cultivate Peace, Cherish Public Credit

September 27, 2019 George Washington 0

By: Michael Boldin In his Farewell Address, George Washington said we should “cultivate peace” to avoid the dangers of massive national debt

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Bipartisan Fiscal Suicide

By: Mike Maharrey Trump’s bipartisan spending deal took a step closer to reality on Thursday when the House passed a budget bill by a 284-149 vote. The bill increases discretionary ...

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The Debt Elevator Keeps Going Up and the GOP Pushed the Buttons

July 17, 2019 Debt / Republicans 0

By: Mike Maharrey Remember when Republicans told us deficits mattered? Good times. But those days are long gone. The U.S. government continues to spend money at a staggering pace. The ...

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