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Our National Debt is the Result of Too Much Spending

Seem obvious?  Well, in theory, it’s actually possible the debt could be caused from one of two things—either not raising enough revenue (IRS) or spending far beyond our means, running annual deficits.  Antony Davies explains why our problem is the … Continue reading

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Colorado Government Spending Outpaces Population Growth by 369 Percent

Holy Government Growth, Batman!  It’s like a malignant tumor.  Did you know that government spending outpaced state population growth by nearly four times?  Can you even believe it?  I had no idea things were this bad. I was doing some … Continue reading

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Fiscal Responsibility? Senate Democrats Continue Deficit Spending

This just in:  We’re still broke, but spending money like a drunken Democrat. OK, nothing new with that. You’ve probably heard lots of talk coming from Washington of late regarding “fiscal responsibility”, right?  I wonder where it is.  An article … Continue reading

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National Debt is Killing Us!

Though Congress has failed to pass a budget for 2011, our President did offer a budget proposal February 1 of this year.  Have you seen it?  Have you seen the staggering admissions made in this document?  No? I didn’t think … Continue reading

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More Debt is Our Only Solution?

Have you noticed the tone of all the recent proposals from our most benevolent servants in Washington?  All of them propose solutions promoting more debt–both on a national and personal scale. Consider a condition of the Cash-for-Clunkers program from last … Continue reading

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