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Tag Archives: Taxes
by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch
If you were regularly described as one of the most “brilliant” leaders in our nation’s history and were poised to launch a 16-month-long crusade to convince the nation to re-elect you, how would you sell your dismal economic record? Barack Obama gave his answer in a press conference yesterday, when he promised to deliver “massive, job-killing tax increases” and claimed a 9.2 percent unemployment rate proves he was … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Reagan
If the GOP is really serious about winning back the presidency, it needs to win the deficit debate. The government of these United States is broke — flat broke — and if the nation is to survive as the prosperous nation it has long been, Republicans must restore fiscal sanity and call a halt to spending money we don’t have!
That’s what the Republicans promised us they would do last November, and … Read the Rest of this Post
by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
Speculation is running rampant about why House Majority Leader Eric Cantor walked out of debt ceiling talks with Democrats. Most of the speculation is credited by pundits to insider maneuvering between Speaker John Boehner and Cantor. The Washington Post reports the debt deal maneuvering this way, “One analysis of the House GOP right now is that there are two players in the GOP who can cut a budget deal: … Read the Rest of this Post
by Basil Irwin
Well, once again, another key Obama administration official got caught not paying his taxes. This time it was US Attorney General Eric Holder. Holder along with his brother failed to pay property taxes on their childhood home in Queens, New York, which they inherited last August when their mother passed away.
You’d think these chumps would have learned their lesson about taxes by now. But paying their own taxes isn’t a priority … Read the Rest of this Post
by Don Feder, GrassTopsUSA.com
“Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.” — H.L. Mencken.
According to an April 17-19 Washington Post-ABC News Poll, a majority, or at the very least a plurality, of Americans are: 1) insane; 2) brainwashed; 3) really, really stupid; or 4) so naïve that they need to be restrained to keep them from harming themselves.
In this … Read the Rest of this Post
by Tom W. Pauken
On the day the International Monetary Fund predicted China will surpass the United States as the world’s largest economy in five years, this article about the gutting of America’s financial base seems more fitting than ever. Conservatives may debate his solution, but it must be given a hearing in a national discussion to restore our lagging economy — and the sooner, the better. The headlines show us, time is not … Read the Rest of this Post
by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
Obama is a born again deficit cutter. He wants, according to his speech at George Washington University this week, to slim down nation’s deficit by a whopping four trillion dollars in the next 12 years. To achieve this miraculous goal he has a top secret weapon. It is called the “tax expenditure.”
Now tax expenditures are not new. They have been around for many years, only we knew them … Read the Rest of this Post