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THE ECONOMY – NewsWithViews.com

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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THE ECONOMYNewsWithViews.comThere is no reduction in the national debt, thus no tax relief afforded the taxpayer. And since that is the case, this allows selected businesses to operate negligently without any consequences, knowing that the US governmen...

Another war could turn into another folly – MyCentralJersey.com

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Another war could turn into another follyMyCentralJersey.comPresident Barack Obama has stated, "We can't solve all the world's problems." Clearly, problems do exist throughout the world, but problems that need to be addressed they als...

When “equal” actually means “unequal” – Oregon Magazine

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Oregon MagazineWhen "equal" actually means "unequal"Oregon MagazineOur national debt is of staggering size? Progressives are using redistribution tax buckets to equalize the surface water elevations on both sides of the dam. America...

Excerpts From Recent Arkansas Editorials – WJTV

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Excerpts From Recent Arkansas EditorialsWJTVConsidering the country is facing a crushing national debt, out-of-control spending that keeps the debt rising and that Social Security and Medicare are going bankrupt, the federal government has not given th...

Excerpts From Recent Arkansas Editorials – WSLS

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Excerpts From Recent Arkansas EditorialsWSLSConsidering the country is facing a crushing national debt, out-of-control spending that keeps the debt rising and that Social Security and Medicare are going bankrupt, the federal government has not given th...

Politicians should cut their own pay – The Augusta Chronicle

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Politicians should cut their own payThe Augusta ChronicleBipartisanship in Washington would be salvation for America and a tool to lower the national debt. With both Republicans and Democrats calling for deeper cuts, it just shows how greedy both parti...

Excerpts from recent Arkansas editorials – NECN

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Excerpts from recent Arkansas editorialsNECNConsidering the country is facing a crushing national debt, out-of-control spending that keeps the debt rising and that Social Security and Medicare are going bankrupt, the federal government has not given th...

As Budget Talks Continue, Hard-Liners Get Support From Tea Party – New York Times

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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New York TimesAs Budget Talks Continue, Hard-Liners Get Support From Tea PartyNew York TimesEven if a deal can be reached and a shutdown averted, the two parties will then move on to potentially bigger fights over raising the national debt ceiling, cut...

A clueless presidency adrift in a sea of confusion: Barack Obama sinks again … – Telegraph.co.uk (blog)

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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A clueless presidency adrift in a sea of confusion: Barack Obama sinks again ...Telegraph.co.uk (blog)... in the face of a massive national debt and deep-seated economic problems, and a possible shutdown of Congress. Liberal hopes of an Obama recovery ...

The fight for lower gas prices starts at home – Washington Examiner

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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The fight for lower gas prices starts at homeWashington ExaminerIt would unleash our vast domestic energy potential to create American jobs, help free us from our reliance on foreign oil and begin to reduce our $14 trillion dollar national debt. In our...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Apr 27, 2017: $19,846,491,745,846
In 8.3 yrs Increased: $9,219,614,696,933
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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