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    The Largest Permanent Redesign of the Federal Government Since the Great Society

    In three of the last four years, Congress has combined all the outstanding appropriations bills into one large omnibus bill. Each omnibus bill was ridiculed at the time for forcing Congress to vote on a huge sum of money without a chance to split it up and thoroughly examine each … More

    Compromise 101: Meet the New Stimulus

    MEET THE NEW STIMULUS, SAME AS THE OLD STIMULUS This weekend, a small group of Senators emerged from two days of negotiations to announce they had developed a compromise “stimulus” package that would eliminate wasteful spending and deliver on the original promise of the legislation. Unfortunately, not only is this … More

    With Stimulus Like This, Who Needs A Recession

    The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a study on Wednesday, that estimates the impact of the Trillion Dollar Spending Plan being debated on the floor of the Senate this evening. They said “In the longer run, the legislation would result in a slight decrease in gross domestic product (GDP) compared … More

    Smart Stimulus 101

    The American Option Introduced by Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC), the American Option Act proposes to aggressively and immediately lower taxes on businesses and individuals. Tax cuts will create rapid growth in wages and business incomes, which in turn will significantly help struggling sectors of the economy, i.e. Smart Stimulus. Consumer … More

    Stimulus 101: The Pelosi-Reid-Obama Debt Plan

    With countless news stories, papers, editorials and experts giving their view of why Congress should or shouldn’t enact the Pelosi-Reid-Obama Debt Plan, we thought it would be helpful to give you a short index of why spending does not equal stimulus. HIGH COST TO AMERICAN TAXPAYERS After Congress appropriates the FY’09 omnibus … More