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Hillary Mocked for Blasting CEO Pay after Chelsea Buys $10 Million Apartment!


I’m not sure how liberals fail to see the irony in Hillary Clinton’s liberal rhetoric every day, but I am comforted by the fact that they at least noticed it today. Hillary Clinton’s campaign sent out an email blasting the

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High Cigarette Taxes Help Fund Al Qaeda Through Black Market Sales

cigarette money

Liberals and other big government types think that by heavily taxing certain things, it’ll serve as a disincentive for people to buy those particular things. Like gasoline. The feds want higher gas taxes to “wean” people off dirty fossil fuels

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The Kind of Minimum Wage Hike I Can Really Get Behind

Gravity Payments Dan Price Minimum Wage

Conservatives get so tired of the civil government forcibly redistributing our wealth, sometimes we forget that voluntary redistribution of wealth is not just allowable, but commendable. Regardless of his political convictions, I applaud the active generosity of Dan Price, the

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Budget Shock - Cutting Wasteful Spending Could Save Trillions!


I am almost always surprised to be reminded that the media and politicians apparently don’t understand the economy very well. See, any American family knows that if you waste money on useless things… you’ll soon end up in debt. But

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President Obama says 'Protect American Paychecks' by Raising Taxes

obama hunchback

I think President Obama may be suffering from early onset dementia. In his most recent weekly address he tried to make an argument that the best way to protect American paychecks is by NOT cutting taxes. He then went on

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Does Welfare Actually Promote Entrepreneurship?


A recent article in The Atlantic challenges the oft-cited negative correlation between welfare programs and entrepreneurship by saying that welfare reduces the risks of starting a business, which would actually encourage entrepreneurship: This argument is particularly important today for two

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Rethinking Income Inequality … Is it Actually a Good Thing?

income inequality

Is income inequality a bad thing? Most people would say so. It seems obvious that income inequality is based on greed and corporate welfare, right? Some of it certainly is. But some of it is based on the fact that

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Nearly Half of Americans Have Zero Savings

ant and grasshopper savings rate

According to a new chart from Deutsche Bank’s Torsten Sløk, 47% of Americans save absolutely none of their income. This statistic has not changed much actually in the past few years. And the average saving rate in the United States,

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Recovery: 1 in 4 Americans on Federal Food Assistance

food stamps

Somehow, when 25% of the American population is relying on some kind of federal food assistance, that’s a good thing. All that says to me is that we have a long way to go to experience a true economic recovery.

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Fannie Mae Is At It Again!

Fannie Mae

Mortgage giant Fannie Mae, the too-big-to-fail bailout beneficiary, is apparently at it again—doing everything in its power to sink the economy into another recession: The Federal Housing Finance Agency inspector general said its latest concerns involve Fannie Mae’s “haphazard” decision to

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Subsidized Green Industry Overrun With Fraud and Abuse

Green Energy

Global warming fanatics always bring up the Koch brothers and their conspiracy to buy off the GOP, the tea party, and to get everyone to “deny science” so that the fossil fuel industry continues to profit big. If you question

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Was the Godfather of Liberal Economic Theory Stoned While Developing Theories?


I’ve always known there had to be something wrong John Keynes and now I know what it was, he was HIGH! Now I just need to figure out if the people who agree with Keynes are suffering from the same

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