I last posted on the budget when we went 1000 days without one. Now we're about to pass another milestone. This Sunday, April 29th, is the three-year anniversary since the last time we passed a budget. Not that we haven't tried... Obama's budget proposal in 2011, based … [Read more...] about April 29, 2012. 3 Full Years. No Budget.
Obama's $3.6 trillion budget proposal was defeated Wednesday night in the House of Representatives by a vote of 414-0. Not a single Democrat supported it. This vote was reminiscent of the defeat of Obama's budget last year in the Senate, by a vote of 97-0. No Democrats would put … [Read more...] about Obama’s Budget: 0-414
One of the most common means by which politicians deceive their constitutents is by referring to Social Security as a either a tax or as a retirement system -- but usually only as the politics or issues of the day suit them. We have politicians who stand strongly behind the … [Read more...] about Social Security — A Tax or Retirement Plan? (But Not Both)
While Congress debated the merits of the two-month extension of the payroll tax holiday, no one mentioned the devasting economic impact this legislation will have on our small and large businesses, nor the tens of millions of dollars wasted by the Senate to come up with this … [Read more...] about Payroll Extension Havoc