Econ/Tax/Spend/Big Govt

Surviving the Government Super Storm

Surviving the Government Super Storm

By John Biver

John Ransom is right — this storm will hit and it won’t be pretty: There’s a super storm raging over our economy that’s been seeded and fueled by the federal government over a period…

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Three Myths about Government Default

Three Myths about Government Default

By John Biver

Two good ones from the NCPA: In order for clarity to emerge on the debt ceiling debate, three false claims must be addressed, say David Rivkin, Jr., and Lee Casey, both former members of…

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Liberalism versus blacks

Liberalism versus blacks

By John Biver

If conservatives understood mass communications — information like this would be converting blacks into conservatives. From Thomas Sowell: Liberals take positions that make them look good and feel good, but ignore decades of evidence…

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Debt ceiling, Default, and a Balanced Budget

Debt ceiling, Default, and a Balanced Budget

By John Biver

Two good posts from the Heritage Foundation regarding the upcoming debt ceiling drama: Don’t Raise Debt Ceiling Without Balancing the Budget All across America, families are balancing their budgets and even paying off debt….

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Congress Lurches From Crisis To Crisis

Congress Lurches From Crisis To Crisis

By John Biver

Here is how ConservativeHQ intro’s this article: “Establishment Republicans on Capitol Hill are addicted to pork, corporate welfare and avoiding our real fiscal problems.” Nicely said. […]

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Trying to force open the state’s checkbook

Trying to force open the state’s checkbook

By John Biver

From Adam Andrzejewski: Nine months ago, our organization, For the Good of Illinois, filed a Freedom of Information Act request asking Republican Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar-Topinka to send us one year of the state’s…

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