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Why Our Financial Situation Is Hopeless-Can’t Cut A Thing

The programs sound innocuous enough: One spends federal money to store cotton bales. Another offers scholars a chance to study Asian-American relations. Two others pay to market U.S. oranges in Asia and clean up...

Texas Burning, Second Firefighter Dies

A second firefighter has sacrificed his life to save others as the Texas fires destroy over a million acres, still unabated. Cost of containing fires throughout the state has spiralled to more than $8million 22 separate...

MTA Train Wreck, Next Stop: Long Island

You would like to say suburban sprawl, but that would be disingenuous to families that moved to Long Island looking for a better way of life. Those families and businesses came to long Island...

Obama’s Sleight Of Hand As He Fundraises For 2012

Obama is campaigning again. What a surprise! Obama is about to spread generalities without basis or fact. Now there's a surprise. Our country can't take 5 more years of this President and still be...

I Guess They’re Not Taking Any Jobs

70% of illegals in Texas are on welfare and are not taking jobs Americans won't do. Read more here: Ihatethemedia

GM To Be Sold Quickly, Taxpayers Lose And Lose Big

The government that will now be in charge of your healthcare is rushing to get rid of their GM stocks at a great loss for taxpayers. "The U.S. government plans to sell a significant share...

Some Civil Discourse From An Anti-Tea

Lone Chicago anti-tea party protester. This is funny and weird. Read more here:rebelpundit

Let’s Keep Spending, Yea

Geithner and Ryan are at odds over raising the debt ceiling. Ryan wants spending cuts to go along with any increase in the debt ceiling. Geithner does not want cuts and said that if...

U.S. Credit Rating Outlook In The Negative

Stocks started to fall at the latest news from Standard & Poor’s Ratings Service which "cut its outlook Monday on the United States’ sovereign debt, saying there is a one in three chance it...

More Fallout From Over-Taxing

"A recent wave of state tobacco tax increases, designed to pump revenue into cash-strapped local governments, is inspiring an increasingly dangerous cigarette smuggling industry where big profits lure violent criminal gangs and drug traffickers...

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