Monthly Archives: August 2011

by Ben Barrack

As the United States continues on its downward trajectory, thanks to the policies of the Obama administration, the debate rages about whether he’s doing it all on purpose or whether he is merely incompetent. When talk radio giant Rush Limbaugh discusses this, he concludes that “it doesn’t matter” because the result is the same either way.

Limbaugh misses a critical distinction. If Obama is incompetent, it means he must be voted out … Read the Rest of this Post

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by Jan Ting

On August 18, President Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano sent a letter to members of Congress announcing the administration’s new immigration policy. The U.S. … Read the Rest of this Post

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by Don Feder, GrassTopsUSA.com

What will $50,000 buy the average family?

It will get them a Chevrolet Braun SUV and a Toyota Corolla, or 17 years of gas at the current price at the pump, or six years of groceries. It will pay their mortgage for four years, or educate their child at a four-year state college or university.

Or, if you’re America’s royal family – Barack I and Queen Michelle of Arrogant – it’s … Read the Rest of this Post

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by Dr. Paul G. Kengor

We have failed to heed the lessons of economic history, with terrible consequences for our economy and country. And the most crucial of those lessons, particularly since the start of LBJ’s Great Society, is this: deficits have been caused not by a lack of income-tax increases but by recession and, most of all, by excessive government spending.

The failure to learn that lesson is again on painful display, as … Read the Rest of this Post

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by Tom W. Pauken

National unemployment remains stubbornly high, with the latest figures for July showing 9.1 percent unemployment. Even Texas – which has done better than any other state in the nation in adding private sector jobs over the past decade – saw its unemployment rate increase to 8.4 percent in July. If present trends continue, our nation will continue to suffer from “structural unemployment” and the hollowing out of our manufacturing base.… Read the Rest of this Post

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by Jim Emerson

In response to a Congressional request, the Department of Defense Inspector General “determined that ballistic testing and quality assurance for Interceptor Body Armor inserts did not have proper controls to ensure that the ballistic inserts met contract requirements. Consequently, the Army cannot be sure that the appropriate level of protection has been achieved.” According to this report, the Army cannot assure our troops that the issued body armor will protect them in … Read the Rest of this Post

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by Rep. Tom McClintock, R-CA

Federal spending has ballooned 28 percent during the Obama presidency, while the government has amassed more debt than it acquired from the first day of George Washington’s administration to the last day of George H. W. Bush’s.

Our nation is racing toward a fiscal cliff. Yet, as Sen. Jim DeMint noted, instead of hitting the brakes, Congress and the president just set the cruise control. “The Budget Control Act … Read the Rest of this Post

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