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    15 Pictures of Ridiculous Government Spending Guaranteed to Make You Mad

    In 2013, federal spending approached $3.5 trillion. Now that’s hard to wrap your brain around. It’s about $27,700 for every American household. All across America, families balance their budgets, rein in spending, and pay down their debts. If Americans can do it, why can’t the federal government? Instead, they’re wasting … More

    Remembering Challenger: 25 Years Later

    Today, America marks the 25th anniversary of the space shuttle Challenger tragedy. On January 28, 1986, America lost seven brave explorers – Dick Scobee, Michael Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe – when NASA suffered its first-ever in-flight loss. The loss of the Challenger … More

    Obama Sweeps the Declaration of Independence Under the Rug

    President Obama just redecorated The Oval Office. Part of his feng shui includes a new rug featuring several of his favorite quotes: “The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself” –Franklin D. Roosevelt “The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, But it Bends Towards Justice” – Martin … More

    Missed Opportunities in the Oval Office

    Unfortunately, President Obama missed a valuable opportunity tonight to demonstrate that he is fully committed to success in Afghanistan. Instead he stubbornly reiterated his July 2011 withdrawal date. Obama rightly said Americans should not lose sight of what is at stake in Afghanistan and that the U.S. must prevent the … More

    It's Not About Guns vs. Butter, Mr. President

    It is understandable that the President wanted to mention the sorry state of the domestic economy in his address to the nation. More Americans are out of work now than when Obama took office. Recent economic news has not been good. Just as the President said, fixing the economy is … More

    Oval Office Speech Should not Endorse China’s Renewable Investments

    In the 1990s, Gatorade ran its “I wanna be like Mike” campaign – a series of advertisements of kids aspiring to be basketball legend Michael Jordan. In light of the oil spill, President Obama is ramping up his “I wanna be like” campaign when it comes to America’s energy policy. … More