Archive for June, 2009

A taxing climate change bill

The so-called Climate Change Bill is currently working its way through Congress having just passed the House by a small margin and now it is off to the Senate for their consideration. Once again, we have another bill that was passed in the House that was not read in its 1500 page entirety including amendments. […]

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Profits are not just about greediness

The economic downturn has become a distressing reality for most people around the globe regardless of their socioeconomic status or nation of citizenship. It has been an equal opportunity decline for everyone across the board in one form or another as trillions of dollars have been wiped from the earth as prosperity has faded and […]

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The partisan bipartisan consensus

Another day in the life of Congress leads to another exclusionary discussion regarding an expenditure of somewhere between a trillion or two (who’s counting) in the halls of our illustrious Congress. The absurdity of their ignorance is nothing short of astounding. They are working to saddle the American people with another expense that we simply […]

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Paying as you go should be a given

The Government collects a certain amount of revenue in the form of taxes every year to pay for its existence, yet it customarily spends much more than it collects and nonchalantly finances the difference with hardly a headline. This is an astounding occurrence in that the Government can spend anything it desires and any shortfall […]

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Universal health care may be the Commerce Clause revisited

The Constitution of the United States was a carefully written document that provided for a very limited Federal Government, one that was lightly layered over sovereign state Governments. It provides a firm foundation for strong state powers and a limited Federal power. The Federal Government was basically there to provide for a national defense, foreign […]

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Cyber security or more control

Another day, another Czar. For every issue we face as Americans it seems the solution resides with our Government appointing yet another Czar as if any of the previous dozen or so appointed have ever been successful, that is unless you consider our car Czar’s recent policy of steamrolling property rights as a successful undertaking. […]

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A Government work program

How do you create a multi billion dollar taxpayer-funded Government work program? Well, you begin with taking General Motors into a pre-packaged bankruptcy and come out with 60% ownership for the Government after sinking in a total of $50 billion (possibly higher), then give 17.5% ownership to the Union, offer 12% to the Canadian Government […]

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