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    Tweet of the Week: On Budgets and Budget Directors

    This week attention has been focused on President Obama’s pick of Jacob Lew to replace outgoing Peter Orszag as Director of the Office of Management and Budget. While Washington focuses on his record and qualifications, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) tried to focus attention back on the failure of Congress to pass … More

    Tweet of the Week: New IRS Facility Will Have The Nicest Amenities Your Money Can Buy

    Andy Roth, Vice President of Club for Growth, highlighted a Boston Herald article about renovations to an IRS facility in a tweet he sent out this week: An IRS facility in Mass. will include a reflecting pool, an art gallery, and indoor gardens. – http://bit.ly/cxTHEPless than a minute ago via … More

    Tweet of the Week: Debt Raises by a Trillion Dollars

    Government spending is increasing at an alarmingly quick rate. This is especially true when it comes to entitlement programs. In fact, entitlement spending will consume all tax revenue by 2052. But Congress is already spending at a breakneck pace accumulating unprecedented debt. Sen. George LeMieux noticed this and had a … More

    Tweet of the Week: 60% Believe Obamacare will Increase the Deficit

    Rasmussen Reports had an interesting tweet about Obama’s Health Care Reform legislation: @RasmussenPoll: 60% Believe health care law will increase deficit, 58% favor repeal… http://tinyurl.com/RR1383 Not only do 60% of Americans believe that health care reform will increase the deficit, but 58% also believe that the correct thing to do … More

    Tweet of the Week: On Elvis and the Failed Stimulus

    Representative Shock reminded Americans this week that more people believe that Elvis Presley is still alive than believe that Obama’s failed stimulus has produced jobs. More

    Tweet of the Week: Daily Kos Founder Disses Spending Freeze

    Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas weighs in on President Obama’s proposed spending freeze. It goes without saying that when even the Daily Kos fails to find merit in the President’s proposals, the Administration needs to step back and reevaluate its policies. More

    Tweet of the Week: @DavidSirota on Heritage and Haiti

    Earlier this week, The Foundry carried a post by Jim Roberts, a Heritage Senior Research Fellow in Freedom and Growth, which wisely recommended that President Obama appoint former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to lead U.S. recovery efforts in the earthquake-stricken nation of Haiti. This type of high-level … More

    Tweet of the Week: @galluppoll

    Our Tweet of the Week comes from the folks at Gallup. They’ve got good news for the conservative movement. According to a Gallup poll, 40% of Americans considered themselves “conservative” in 2009, higher than any other ideological group (liberals were 21%; moderates were 36%). From Gallup, here’s the Tweet of … More

    Tweet of the Week: Jenny8Lee

    Yesterday, our friends at National Review discovered this comment on New York Times reporter Jennifer 8 Lee’s twitter profile: obama is good for the bottom line. @nytimes has sold $2 million worth of obama merchandise (book, commemorative editions, etc.) We are sure the editors of the New York Times are … More