Tag Archives: Washington

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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The Myth of Low Public-Sector Wages is Dead

Ever hear that our servants in the public sector are over-worked and underpaid?  That if they’d merely compromise their principles they could make better money doing the same (or less) work in the private sector? I recently saw this same … Continue reading

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“Democrats Slam Brakes on Health Care Overhaul”

What?  Seriously?  Did they get the memo in Washington that they’ll be out of a job next term unless they stop these criminal back-room deals and listen to the people?  Frankly, I’m surprised anyone there appears to be taking heed … Continue reading

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Washington Typically Out-of-Step with Americans

I’m sure this is no surprise to any of our readers, but the priorities in Washington simply have no correlation with those of American citizens.  Joe C. send me an email with a graph representing the top priorities of Americans, … Continue reading

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