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Kopp Column: You're Working For The Government

Kopp Column: You're Working For The Government

I pay my taxes – do you? That makes me a government employee and you are, too. Conservatives share at least five beliefs about taxes paid to the U.S. Government. Conservatives belief #1– law-abiding citizens pay what is owed – no more, no less. That’s why you’re a government employee today. You’re working to pay

Even After Tax Hikes, Obama Maintains "Rich Should Pay Their Fair Share"

If you thought, now that President Obama and his liberal friends got their tax hikes on the rich, we could start talking about meaningful spending cuts you can forget it. “Obviously, there is still more to do when it comes to reducing our debt,” Obama said in a video released by his (seemingly never-ending) campaign.

"We Can't Cut Our Way To Prosperity" When Prosperity Is Based On Government Spending

“We cannot simply cut our way to prosperity,” President Obama said last night in response to the House sending him the “fiscal cliff” legislation to sign. That statement always strikes me as curious, as though government drives the economy instead of burdens it. I’m no anarchist. We need government. There are lots of things government

Schafer Column: North Dakota's Lesson For Solving The Deficit Problem

North Dakota was just rated as the “Best Run State in America”, and there are lessons to be learned as we approach our financial problems in the federal government. President Obama pushes tax increases to solve the outrageous deficit problem facing our country and says “the majority of Americans agree with my approach.” David Axlerod

House Passes "Fiscal Cliff" Deal That Makes Debt And Deficit Projections Worse

The House has passed the “fiscal cliff” deal the Senate passed early this morning. The media, of course, is reporting this as “crisis averted.” Which is an absurd notion. Via Zero Hedge, here’s a chart showing the CBO’s projected annual revenues from these tax increases (assuming “the rich” sit still for them and don’t move

Silver Lining In "Fiscal Cliff" Deal: At Least It Didn't Raise The Debt Ceiling

There’s not a lot to like about the “fiscal cliff” deal the Senate agreed to last night. It raises taxes at a time when our economy is still reeling, and it raises spending at a time when the country is running a $1 trillion annual budget deficit and can ill afford it. It’s a bad

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