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Congressional Republicans Unite Behind Conservative Budget

July 6, 2018 by

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By Dody Eid and Romina Boccia ~ The Republican Study Committee, a conservative caucus of 158 Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives, releases an annual budget called “A Framework for United Conservatism.” Its aim is to unite conservatives in Congress behind a long-term fiscal plan. This year’s Framework builds on the RSC’s fiscal year […]

Trump Celebrates 6 Months Of ‘New Jobs, Bigger Paychecks, And Keeping More Of Your Hard-Earned Money’

June 30, 2018 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ President Donald Trump called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act an “economic miracle” as he marked the reform package’s six-month anniversary during a White House event Friday. “At last, our country finally has a tax system that is pro-job, pro-worker, pro-family, and pro-American,” Trump said. The $1.5 trillion tax reform law […]

NY Times Front Page ‘News’: Still Bashing Margaret Thatcher ‘Austerity’

May 31, 2018 by

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By Clay Waters ~ The front of Monday’s New York Times featured socialist-spouting economics reporter Peter Goodman using Prescot, a struggling town in northwest England, as a cudgel for Margaret Thatcher bashing worthy of a Marxist professor (as he used to do prominently in the Times, in articles like “The Free Market: A False Idol […]

The Mojo Of Trumponomics

May 31, 2018 by

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By Stephen Moore ~ T.S. Eliot famously wrote that April is the cruelest month, but when it comes to America’s fiscal picture, nothing could be further from the truth about this past April. The latest government numbers confirm that last month was a blockbuster for growth, federal revenues, and deficit reduction. One of the key […]

Electrical Power Generation Australia – AGL Refuses To Sell Power Station To Keep It Open

May 21, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Australian Government may have been too quick to trash Tony Abbott’s suggestion to compulsorily acquire Liddell: (article at this link) AGL has rejected a $250 million offer to buy its Liddell power station in the Hunter Valley and reaffirmed its decision to close the ageing plant. On April 30, AGL […]

Low Unemployment Rate Proves Pro-Growth Policies Work

May 13, 2018 by

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By Timothy Doescher ~ The very positive April jobs report supports the idea that pro-growth policies are the best way to create more jobs, and attract more people into the workforce to fill them. In April, the U.S. economy added 164,000 jobs (slightly lower than experts’ predictions) and the unemployment rate reached its lowest level in […]

Australian Politics – The Budget: Costello Warns Of Years of Debt

May 8, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Former Australian Treasurer Peter Costello confirms we have a spending problem that will leave us with debt for many years: So we’ve now had 10 years of deficit. Cumulatively that means: to cover that we’ve had to borrow about $370 billion. We went from having no net debt to borrowing about […]